Central Labor Councils

Atlantic/Cape May CLC

Roy Foster, President
P.O. Box 1118
Hammonton, NJ 08037
Phone: 609-704-8351
Fax: 609-704-0621
E-mail: rfoster@ibew351.org

Bergen CLC

Michael Schneider, President
205 Robin Road, Suite 206
Paramus, NJ 07652
Phone: 201-967-5953

Website: www.bergenclc.org
Email: mschneider@insulators32.com

Burlington CLC

Adam Liebtag, President
1 Lower Ferry Road
West Trenton, NJ 08628
Phone: 609-530-0060
Fax: 609-530-0638
Email: aliebtag@cwa1036.org

Essex/West Hudson CLC

Thomas Giblin, President
11 Fairfield Place
West Caldwell, NJ 07006
Phone: 973-244-5801
Fax: 973-227-1868
Email: tgiblin@local68.org

Hudson CLC

Barry Kushnir, President
104 Broadway
Jersey City, NJ 07306
Phone: 201-583-1300
Website: www.laborcouncil.org
Email: barry.c.kushnir@gmail.com

Mercer CLC

Michael Maloney, President
2 Iron Ore Road at Route 33
Englishtown, NJ 07726
Phone: 732-792-0999 Ext. 118
Fax: 732-792-1999
Website: www.mercernjclc.org
Email: mmaloney@ualocal9.org

Middlesex/Somerset CLC

Wayne Martiak, President
1295 Livingston Avenue
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
Phone: 732-246-2122
Fax: 732-246-8076
Email: wayne@ibew456.org

Monmouth/Ocean CLC

Wyatt Earp, President
17 Cross Trees Road
Brick, NJ 08723
Phone: 732-349-1779
Fax: 732-349-1789
Email: foraunion@aol.com

Northwest Jersey CLC

Greg Conte, President
50 Parsippany Road
Parsippany, NJ 07054
Phone: (973) 887-1718
Email: gconte@smw25.org

Passaic CLC

Tom Kelly, President
695 Rte. 46, Suite 108
Fairfield, NJ 07004
Phone: 201-250-6111
Email: tkelly@ibew827.com

Southern NJ CLC

Sam Ferriano, President
4212 Beacon Avenue
Pennsauken, NJ 08109
Phone: 856-262-0048
Fax: 856-663-1511
Email: websteward@ufcw360.org

Union CLC

Roshan White, President
20 Fairfield Place
West Caldwell, NJ 07006
Phone: 973-521-7058
Fax: 973-521-7195
Email: rwhite@plumbers24.org


Working Families United for New Jersey Inc. is a non-partisan statewide grassroots coalition consisting of over 256 religious, labor, community, civil rights, student, progressive, women, and retirees groups collectively committed to engaging community members in the democratic process, promoting issue education, and building a better life for New Jersey’s working families.