Dennis Martire's influential role in managing the Mid-Atlantic Region of the Laborers' International Union of North America (LiUNA) is just one facet of his significant contributions to labor and industry. His leadership extends far beyond union administration, with active participation in numerous boards and committees, each geared towards fostering growth and progress. Among these, Dennis Martire serves on the Blue Ribbon Commission on Maryland Transportation Funding, the American High-Speed Rail Alliance Advisory Board (HSRAA), the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA), and the Dulles Area Transportation Authority, among others.
Dennis Martire's dedication also extends to pivotal roles in organizations such as the Laborers' Health and Safety Fund of North America (LHSFNA), where he serves as a Trustee, and the Mid-Atlantic Laborers' Employers Cooperation and Education Trust (MALECET). His leadership shines through as Chairman of the Mid-Atlantic Regional Organizing Coalition (MAROC) and Chairman of the Performance Management Committee. He is also a valued Committee Member for the Pennsylvania Workforce Investment Board and a dedicated Board Member (PA WIB), among a host of other responsibilities.
Dennis Martire's commitment to education and professional development is evident through his attainment of a Bachelor of Science degree in Government from West Virginia Wesleyan College in 1986. Additionally, he proudly maintains his membership with LiUNA Local #1058 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
In tandem with his roles as a dedicated union leader, Dennis Martire oversees LiUNA's outstanding training program. This program plays a crucial role in offering continuous training opportunities for members, enabling them to perform their job-related tasks with heightened competence and efficiency. Covering a wide array of subjects and specialties, this training not only facilitates career advancement for workers but also assures employers of the superior efficiency and cost-effectiveness of union workers compared to their counterparts. Dennis Martire's multifaceted contributions undoubtedly enhance the value of union workers for employers.