Philip Hu, Executive Director 

Raised in a diplomatic family (similar to a military family), I traveled extensively as a child and experienced many cultures, perspectives, and languages. By the time I was nine, I had been on three continents and in seven countries. My itinerate upbringing bestowed in me a deep appreciation of diversity, a discerning ear for languages, and a gluttonous love of all foods!

M Labor, organizing, and political involvement were initially afforded me through my service as an elected officer of my own faculty union, and I have since utilized those positions to build and broaden my Labor skill set and experience. I have worked in various roles within the Labor movement: Rep/Organizer, Community and Field Coordinator, Labor Relations Representative, Political and Communications Director, and even served in labor management as Assistant General Manager of an independent public employees union.


Jory Segal, Office Manager 

I am a retired EVC Associate Faculty Member. I was on the AFT6157 negotiating team for 12 years, served as a grievance officer for 5 years, and also was on the Executive Board. I really believe in Faculty Unions and was proud to be a part of the team that moved Associate Faculty from an hourly salary rate to the salary schedule, along with many other improvements to the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Please feel free to contact me at any time with questions.