Steven W. Soule is the Business Manager and Principal of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2320. Local 2320 represents New Hampshire workers in telecommunications, information technology, line construction and fiber optics, building and automotive mechanics, customer service, and logistical support sectors, among others., .
Mr. Soule is a passionate advocate for his membership. Currently he is a member of the Governor’s Telecommunications Advisory Board, a member of the T-6 council representing workers across the New England region, a board member of the System Council T-3 and T-8, and the Secretary Treasurer of the System Council T-9, where he represents and bargains for workers throughout Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire.
Mr. Soule has a Master’s Degree from Pennsylvania State University in Human Resources and Employment Relations, a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from the University System of New Hampshire, and an Associate’s Degree in Science from the Nashua Community Technical College.
Mr. Soule is a combat Veteran of the United States Navy, having served his last deployment during the 2004 Battle of Fallujah. He is the recipient of numerous awards and commendations, including the Iraq Campaign Medal with the Eagle Globe and Anchor and campaign star for participation in combat operations. He currently lives in New Boston, N.H. with his wife Bonnie and their daughter Isabella.
Assistant Business Manager
Todd Bedard is the President, Political Registrar, Assistant Business manager representing the Community College System of New Hampshire, member of the Medical Imaging & Radiation Therapy board, and delegate to the International Convention for IBEW Local 2320. As President, he oversees the financial and routine aspects of the Local.
As a 20 year Union member in the Central Office Equipment Installation department, Todd continually strives to become a better union member and be more involved. In concert with Business Manager Soule, Todd believes that an educated union member can better serve their local, and he leads by example. He currently holds an Associate’s degree in Telecommunications Science, is working towards his Bachelors in Information Technology, and is a Rated Technician.
Todd has devoted 30+ years of his life to the Martial Arts. He currently holds the rank of 5th degree Black belt and continues to work out and give back at every opportunity. He lives in Auburn, NH with his wife Mindy and three children Savannah, Gabrielle, and Cooper. He can be found most weekend and summer days coaching or cheering on his children at basketball, softball, or baseball practices.
President: Todd Bedard
Vice President: Dave McFadden
Treasurer: Jim Lemay
Financial Secretary: Cara Delahanty
Recording Secretary: Lisa Molloy
Education Unit 1:
Union Membership forms
I'm already a member, do I have to fill out anything? With the change of representation, you must fill out the "Dues Deduction Authorization" card to remain a full member. As a full member, you have rights to attend union meetings, vote on faculty and union representation, vote on contracts, and other union rights. The remaining documents are explained below.
What is the "Dues Deduction Authorization" card? A signed dues deduction authorization card signifies that you are a full member of NHHEU with all rights and privileges of a union member.
What is the "COPE check off authorization" card? We do not use any membership money for political contributions, lobbying, or political activity. Anything politically related is funded solely by voluntary member contributions. Monies spent on political activities are presented to and voted on by a COPE committee which will be staffed by NHHEU faculty and IBEW members. We only entertain funding political activity that is directly related to labor or Community College System issues. Signing the COPE card and inputting an amount you want deducted from each paycheck signifies that you want to donate to this fund.
What is the application for membership? This paper should to be signed by full and agency fee members. It provides us with your basic contact information for our records. Under "classification" please write "education", and under "Industry where you are employed" please check "other".
What is the W-9 form? The W-9 form is an accounting mechanism used by our international office to ensure all records are correctly processed and recorded. In "Box 3" check off "individual".