Since 1962 Pennsylvanians for Right to Work has been the leading voice for combating compulsory unionism in PA through an aggressive program designed to mobilize public support for Right to Work legislation. To advance the cause of individual freedom in the workforce Pennsylvanians for Right to Work is actively involved in:
- Aggressively lobbying members of the PA House and Senate to support Right to Work legislation.
- Working with our coalition partners to advance the Right to Work agenda.
- Actively working with our legislative partners to advance the Right to Work agenda through the legislature.
- Working to generate a groundswell of public support for the passage of Right to Work legislation in Pennsylvania
- Recruiting and supporting candidates who agree with our legislative agenda.
Our members are men and women, both union and nonunion members, who believe in the principles of individual freedom and support the work of the committee through whatever generous amount they can afford. Participation is the program of Pennsylvanians for Right to Work is voluntary, as is all financial support of our programs. Annual membership contributions are based entirely on as much or as little as each individual chooses to contribute.
Mrs. Susan Staub has been president of Pennsylvanians for Right to Work and the Pennsylvania Right to Work Foundation since 1987. A former teacher and NEA local union official, Mrs. Staub objected to the union’s policy adopted in the 1970′s of requiring membership as a condition of employment. She joined the staff of the National Right to Work Committee in Washington, DC, founded and directed its education division — Concerned Educators Against Forced Unionism (CEAFU) — and was a vice president before leaving to join PARTW.
Mrs. Staub brings a wealth of experience and dedication to voluntary unionism and has presented hundreds of speeches, workshops, and interviews before local, state, and national organizations throughout her career. In addition, she has presented testimony before the U.S. Congress, legislative hearings in many other states, and before various committees of Pennsylvania’s General Assembly.