Bonnie Halloran: LEO’s Pride

by Marjorie Lynn With her casually-styled brown hair, wire-rimmed glasses and minimally made-up face, Bonnie Halloran appears to be a “plain brown wrapper.” But this middle-aged, down-to-earth dynamo has led the three-campus, 1,200 member Lecturers Employee Organization (LEO) at The University of Michigan (U of M) for the past four years. She is one of just a handful of part-time faculty who lead unified locals that include both full-time and part-time temporary faculty. At the 2004 national AFT convention, Halloran was widely and publically praised for her accomplishments on behalf of LEO for the unusually quick and successful work that […]
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