Press Release: Fran LaSorda – Human Services – Stanford Who’s Who Certified
Fran LaSorda Is Elected To The Stanford Who’s Who Network WINDSOR, ON, CANADA, December 24, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who / — An accomplished union representative in the automotive industry with over 17 years of diverse professional experience in the field, Fran LaSorda  has consistently displayed the passion, vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be successful in the business world. As a result of her phenomenal body of work, Fran has earned recognition in the exclusive network of premier professionals with Stanford Who’s Who. Employing her wealth of knowledge in labor relations as well as her outstanding communications skills, Fran currently serves as Second Vice president of the Canadian Auto Workers union Local 444 with Chrysler Canada. The Canadian Auto Workers union is among the largest private sector unions in Canada with over 193,000 members throughout the country. The union is committed to fighting for worker’s rights as well as tackling economic, political and social issues that have an effect on its members and the broader community. Working her way up to her current position, Fran started as a production worker in August of 1995. About seven years ago, she was elected as a representative in the trim division of the minivan plant and has since made her way into her current role as Second Vice President. In addition to the considerable amount of her expertise through her professional experience, Fran studied labor relations at McMaster University. Visually impaired since 2007, Fran has also played an important role in motivating the disabled, earning her a Volunteer of the Year award. To view more information on Fran LaSorda click here  Browse the Stanford Who’s Who Social Media Branding Website 
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