(Aug. 10, 2018)
Eddie DeLisle of Portland, Ore., TRACON (P80), who ran unopposed for Northwest Mountain Regional (NNM) Vice President in the recent NATCA election, takes office to begin his first term on Sept. 1, 2018.
DeLisle has served as the NNM Alternate RVP since 2015. His current roles have also included National Validation Team Member (since 2010), LEAP Training Instructor (since 2012), LR Team Lead for the NNM (since September 2015), National Training Committee Member (since 2016), Facility Representative Training (RT-1) Re-write Committee Member (since 2016), Abacus CWG Co-Lead (since 2016), and NATCA Academy Facilitator (since 2017).
“Since first taking office in January of 2008, I have worked tirelessly on behalf of our union. Every undertaking has been met with the utmost care and consideration,” DeLisle said. “I am extremely proud of the work that I have been fortunate to do on the behalf of our Union. I look forward to continuing this work as the Northwest Mountain Region’s next RVP. Our Region and our Union did not come this far, to only come this far.”
DeLisle’s past NATCA roles include:
November 2015 – July 2016: Slate Book Collective Bargaining Agreement Team Member;
October 2009 – December 2015, and January 2017 – December 2017: P80 FacRep;
January 2008 – October 2009: P80 Vice President;
July 2012 – October 2014: Dues Adjustment Workgroup Member
April 2012 – July 2013: CBA Negotiations Team Member for DOD BUEs at Los Alamitos ANGB;
March 2012: Future Leaders Panel Participant, NATCA Biennial Convention in Denver;
August 2011 – September 2015: LR Team Member, Northwest Mountain Region
DeLisle has spent his entire 12-year Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) career at P80. From July 2005 to July 2006 he worked at the Midwest-run Federal Contract Tower at Leeward ATCT at Guantanamo Bay NAS, Cuba. From March 2001 to March 2005, DeLisle worked in the Shaw (S.C.) Air Force Base ATCT.
He has a political science degree from American Military University and is a NATCA Team Excellence Award winner for his work with the 2016 Slate Book contract team.