Ramon D. Williams, President
Patricia Gillette Thomas, Vice President
Diahann Goode, Treasurer
Larry Mullins, Recording Secretary
Zeberdee Barnes, Trustee
Floyd Hughes, Trustee & Sergeant at Arms
Chris (Tracta) Trailor, Trustee
Tres G. Peel, Director of Communication
Tally Collier, Director of Visual Media
Jessie W. Lee, Executive Director
Ted Mullins, Honorary Executive Director
Norman H. Wallace, Parliamentarian
The Teamsters National Black Caucus formed in July 1971 as an organization of black Teamster men and women who are united by their special concerns for rights and conditions of workers. In September 1975, the first chairperson of TNBC was appointed by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.
Since then, TNBC has strived to:
TNBC and its chapters play a major role in the battle to end discrimination against blacks in hiring, classifications, promotions, pay and related issues of employment. TNBC's goal is to expand black roles in all employment-related activities.
Since its inception, TNBC has been the driving force behind Black Teamsters becoming more active in union affairs at all levels.
To meet current and future challenges, TNBC is working in the following areas:
Teamsters Resources: TNBC Affiliates
The TNBC Chicago Chapter is a proud affiliate of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. We hope the information below provides a resource for members to learn from and support our many and strong Teamster sisters and brothers.