Becky Strzechowski began her career as a teenager in a clerical position with Local 727. She was eventually elected as Vice President and Business Manager of Local 727—the first female to hold these positions. Prior to the formation of Local 700, Becky was appointed by General President James P. Hoffa to serve as the Assistant Trustee of Teamsters Local 714.

Hoffa also appointed her as his representative to Teamsters Local 179. In December 2009, Becky became the Trustee of Teamsters Local 726. She is a current member of the Central Region Policy Committee of the Public Service Division, the National Women's Caucus and a founding member of Joint Council 25's Women's Committee.

Becky graduated at the top of her class from DePaul University, earning her bachelor's degree in mathematics. While working for the Teamsters, she attended night school for four years to earn her law degree from DePaul as well. Becky comes from a law enforcement family; her father is a retired Chicago Police officer, her brother is an active Chicago officer and her sister is an Adult Probation Officer for Cook County.

She became Local 700 President in August 2012.

Barb Cornett began her law enforcement career with the College of DuPage as a Police Officer. From there, Barb moved to the Village of Hinkley and worked her way from Police Officer to that of the Chief of Police. After ending her tenure with the Village of Hinkley, Barb took a position with the University Park Police Department as a Police Officer. At the time of her departure, she had obtained the rank of Sergeant. In 1995, Barb began working with a labor organization representing various police departments and law enforcement units. In March of 2007, Barb accepted a position with the Teamsters as a Business Agent. Since that time, Barb has represented a multitude of bargaining units within Teamsters Local 700. In August of 2012, she was unanimously appointed to the vacant position of Secretary-Treasurer of Teamsters Local Union No. 700.

Vincent Tenuto has been a proud Teamster for nearly 30 years. A lifelong resident of Chicago, Vincent began working with the union in 1997 and served as a steward with the Chicago Department of Transportation for five years. He was elected Vice President in 2011.

Ramon Williams has been a longtime Teamster member, organizer and business agent. He was appointed as Local 700
Recording Secretary in 2014.

Having worked as a rank and file member for two decades, Williams began working for the Teamsters as an organizer for Joint Council 25 in 2006. He has worked with dozens of local and national Teamsters organizing campaigns including United Airlines and First Student School Bus Company.

Williams, who still holds his commercial driver’s license, worked as a driver for nearly 20 years and is a former member of Teamsters Local 705 and Local 731. He also served as a Business Agent for Local 726 before starting as a Business Agent for Local 700 in 2010.

A second-generation Teamster, Williams’ father worked as a motor truck driver in the City of Chicago’s Department of Streets and Sanitation, a unit that Williams currently represents as Business Agent.

Mark Robinson has been a Teamster since 2004. In addition to serving as Local 700 Trustee, he is the Chief Steward for more
than 3,300 members at the Cook County Department of Corrections. He has an extensive background in service ranging from CCDOC; to the Pennington County Sheriff's Department in South Dakota and to his military experience in the United States Army Infantry Division.

Mark had the honor of helping the International Brotherhood of Teamsters successfully organize the Florida Department of Corrections in 2011, further strengthening the Teamsters law enforcement membership.

Regular responsibilities for Mark as Chief Steward include representing members in grievances, hearings, arbitrations and investigations, as well as maintaining active communiciations within the local's largest unit.

Hector Hernandez has been a loyal Teamster for nearly two decades. After working for the Chicago Department of Aviation at O'Hare International Airport for several years, he became a steward in 2006. Hector is also the President of the Chicago Teamsters Hispanic Caucus and stays very politically active on his own and with his tightly knit family. Hector was elected to the Teamsters Local 700 Executive Board as a Trustee in 2011.

Gerald Sims has been an officer with the Cook County Sheriff's Department since 1998. He is a first generation Teamster and is proud to have been a Chicago Teamster for five years. He was elected to the Teamsters Local 700 Executive Board as a Trustee in 2011. In his spare time, Gerald stays active in many community driven activities.

Contact the Local 700 Union Office

Phone: (847) 939-9700
Fax: (847) 518-6495

Email: info@teamsterslocal700.com
Mail: 1300 W. Higgins Road, Ste. 301, Park Ridge, IL 60068

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