NATCA Reloaded is designed to promote member activism through education and mentorship. Reloading the ranks of NATCA activists at every level is our primary objective. From the newest member, to the most seasoned NATCAvist, our goal is to create an environment where members take ownership of our Union’s future! With that in mind, we are working to pass on the institutional knowledge NATCA has achieved throughout its history, in an effort to continue moving forward.
No matter what your experience level is, there is something you can contribute to this Union. It takes the work of many individuals, collectively, to move our Union’s agenda forward.The very definition of the word Union refers to a collective organization and NOT one individual.
NATCA Future Leaders Luncheon at CFS
March 4, 2013 from 11am to 1pm at The Rio All Suites Hotel
What does it take to be a leader of this great union? Is it all about passion and dedication? And what makes the most effective mentors to help inspire, educate and guide the future of our membership?
These and many other questions will be addressed during a special NATCA Mentorship Luncheon during Communicating for Safety in Las Vegas on March 4th from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm PST.
This event is perfect for you if you’re a member who has already been involved but are now wondering what it takes to move into a higher level of NATCA leadership. We also warmly invite all members that believe they are ready to raise their hand and step up to help take our union forward and help make a difference in the lives of our membership as well as contribute even more than you already do for the safety of the National Airspace System.
There will be a panel discussion with some of NATCA's current leaders, including NATCA's President Paul Rinaldi and Executive Vice President Trish Gilbert. The panel will answer questions and discuss what it is like, and what it takes, to serve on a national committee, become a facility representative or serve the union in another capacity.
Alaskan Region Summer Solidarity Event 8/12/12
Join NATCA members from the Alaskan Region for a fun day of BBQ and softball! Contact Alaskan Region Reloaded Rep Vernell Lambert for more info.
Contact: Vernell Lambert
We are pleased to hear that the Reducing Flight Delays Act of 2013 will allow the FAA to transfer funds to keep 149 contract towers slated for closure open for the remainder of the fiscal year.
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association congratulates Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx on his nomination as Transportation Secretary.
After just one week of furloughs, it is abundantly clear that a fully staffed air traffic control workforce is necessary for our national airspace system to operate at full capacity.