Adam Weinberger sworn in as Association President

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September 28, 2022

San Jose, CA – Adam Weinberger has been sworn in as the 47th president of the California School Employees Association, the nation’s largest classified school employees union, which represents a quarter million public school support staff throughout California. Weinberger was elevated to Association President from the position of Association First Vice President upon the recent resignation of former President Matthew “Shane” Dishman.

Association President Weinberger has been a Campus Supervisor with Perris Union High School District since 2004 and will temporarily leave that position to attend to his new full-time duties at CSEA’s headquarters in San Jose. He served as the Association First Vice President since 2021 and as the Second Vice President from 2017 to 2021.

“I am honored to step into this role and continue our great legacy of advocating for the essential workers who keep our schools running,” said Weinberger. “In addition, CSEA is also a strong and united voice not just for classified employees, but for everyone whose lives are changed by public education. We live our mission in everything we do: to improve the lives of our members, our student and our communities.”