The extensive list of activities and positions held by Sheila Goldberg is strong evidence of her leadership in union matters. Whether it is riding the bus to Albany to win COLA legislation or walking the boardwalk at Jones Beach to raise funds to fight cancer, the normal expectation of involved NYSUT retirees on Long Island is that Goldberg will not only be there, but she will also be leading the way. Thousands have seen her presenting workshops at Retiree Council meetings, or have met her on a picket line when negotiations were not going well in East Meadow, Farmingdale, Massapequa and many others. Her interest and focus never fail when she dedicates herself to a union project that will benefit teachers, students and the cause of education.
Most involved NYSUT retirees on Long Island know Sheila Goldberg as a woman who is not content with merely meeting the VOTE-COPE totals or the Making Strides donations from the year before — Sheila will only be content when she sets a new record for contributions. Since 1999, when she first chaired Nassau's NYSUT participation in the American Cancer Society's Making Strides campaign, the region has raised more than $2,000,000.
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