Andrew L. Stern
Andrew Stern is the former President of the 2.2 million member Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the largest union of health care, hospital, nursing home, homecare, janitors, security officers, child care, food service, and state workers, and the fastest-growing union in North America.Previously as a labor leader, and today in new roles, Stern is a leading voice on major issues confronting American workers, and the American economy as the United States confronts the challenges posed by the "global revolution"--the third economic revolution in world history. Stern's 21st century ideas and practical solutions about restoring the American Dream are featured in his book, A Country That Works (Free Press). Stern was a Presidential appointee to the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform (Simpson-Bowles), and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations U.S. Trade and Investment Policy Task Force. His name is frequently found on the short lists for everything from Washington's most influential leaders on healthcare to Modern HealthCare’s Top 10 leaders, as well as Fortune and Washingtonian Magazine's “Top Power Player”. Stern is a board member of the Broad Foundation, the Open Society Institute, and a lifetime Trustee of the Aspen Institute. Stern is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, and has two children Matt and Cassie.