International Women’s Day – Christine Collins, UCTE’s first female National President

In 1975, the United Nations proclaimed “International Women’s Year” which led to a resolution designating March 8 as “International Women’s Day”.

This year, we take a moment to recognize past and present contributions of all our sisters who work to make UCTE stronger. One is Christine Collins, our first female National President. You can learn more about Christine by reading her biography here.

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Thank you, Sister Collins, for all you have done to advance the causes of women and the Union.

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