- Mark Mix President
- Matthew M. Leen Vice President, Strategic Programs
- Greg Mourad Vice President for Legislation
- Charles R. Serio Chairman of the Board of Directors
- Cornell W. Gethmann Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors
- Anne M. Casper Secretary
- Stephen O. Goodrick Vice President & Treasurer
- John A. Kalb Vice President
- Mary J. King Vice President
You are the members of The National Right to Work Committee.
The members of the Committee are men and women — in all walks of life, from every corner of America, union members as well as nonunion employees — who, through their voluntary contributions, support the work of the Committee.
The Committee is one of the largest public-interest groups in America. It has 2.8 million members and supporters nationwide. Moreover, poll after poll shows that nearly 80% of all Americans sympathize with the objectives of the Committee and oppose forcing workers to affiliate with a union as a job condition.
How much does it cost to join The National Right to Work Committee?
The members of the National Right to Work Committee contribute whatever they can afford. The average contribution is approximately $59.
Does the National Right to Work Committee have audited financial statements available for public review?
Yes. The Committee makes its most recent audited financial statements available by request (audited financial statements request).
Your Grassroots Activism Is the Ultimate Weapon
When the battle cry is sounded, Committee members are a formidable army. And the cardinal weapon in the Committee’s arsenal is the outspoken voice of its members.
While the union bosses must depend on the “persuasion” of political bag money, as well as baseball bats and firebombs, Right to Work members’ loud and clear protests remind politicians to protect the American people from Big Labor coercion.
Freedom, fairness, and nearly 80% of the American people support the principle of Right to Work. The loyalty and constant vigilance of our members are a powerful force against the pernicious ideology of forced unionism.