Craig Pinkham is the national vice president of the Utility Workers Union of America, AFL-CIO. Previously he was president of Local 369 located in Massachusetts and he also worked at Eversource Energy for 22 years in power generation. As the youngest elected officer to serve Local 369, Pinkham earned a reputation as a skilled negotiator, serving more than 3,000-area members in 22 collective bargaining units at 13 public and private sector employers, including Eversource, Exelon, and National Grid.
Under his leadership, Local 369’s members have won raises, benefits, job security, post-employment benefits, and key safety provisions while keeping the power and gas safely flowing to families, municipalities, and businesses across the Bay State.
Pinkham is a vice president on the Executive Council of the Massachusetts AFL-CIO, and serves on Blue Cross Blue Shield’s Labor Advisory Committee and the Members Plus Credit Union board of directors.
He graduated from Suffolk University with a Bachelor of Science degree in business administration. He’s also a graduate of the Harvard Trade Union Program and Cornell University’s National Labor Leadership Initiative.