About CSA

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Field Service Teams

CSA's Field Service Team Members are school leaders and administrators who have a deep knowledge of the union's contract. During the year, Field Teams regularly visit CSA in-service members in schools, offices and early childhood education centers. Field Teams meet members, learn about issues at the school and district level and answer member questions. The teams are key players in ensuring that the contract is enforced as well as providing additional support to members when issues arise. Through their contacts at the Department of Education and with CSA's legal and grievance staffs, Field Teams are instrumental in resolving problems.

Each team member is an experienced supervisor or administrator who has also been involved with the union either as a District Chair or as an Executive Board member; team members know CSA members through past work, union activity and professional associations.

CSA members have the right to union representation if an investigator appears at a school, office or early childhood education center. Members should contact the appropriate team member below before they speak with an investigator even if they are not the subject of the investigation.

(Please note: Some of the field team members listed below appear twice more than once. They have split assignments.)

Manhattan Pre-K to 8, High Schools, D-75, D-79, EAs and Supervisors of

Bronx Pre-K to 8, High Schools, D-75, D-79, EAs and Supervisors of

Brooklyn Pre-K to 8, D-75, EAs and Supervisors of in Districts 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 23, 32

Brooklyn / Staten Island Pre-K to 8, High Schools, D-75, D-79, EAs and Supervisors of in Districts 17, 18, 20, 21, 22

Brooklyn High Schools and D-79 in Districts 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 23, 32

Queens Pre-K to 8, High Schools, D-75, D-79, EAs and Supervisors of in Districts 27, 28, 29

Queens Pre-K to 8, High Schools, D-75, D-79, EAs and Supervisors of in Districts 24, 25, 26, 30

Charter Schools