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Congratulations to Terri Preston

By ADMIN - January 16 2022
Congratulations to Terri Preston

Republished from Cupe Facebook page

Congratulations to Terri Preston, this year’s winner of the National Literacy Award recognizing a member or group of members who have promoted workplace literacy and clear language.

Congratulations to Terri Preston, this year’s winner of the National Literacy Award recognizing a member or group of members who have promoted workplace literacy and clear language. 

Terri Preston has been a CUPE member for 32 years. Every day, she works not only to teach English as a second language, but also as an activist with CUPE 4400, promoting clear language in our communication with members. She strongly believes that lifelong learning and community education should be a priority for our union and for Canada.


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