Andrea González Shares Her Journey And Amplifies BIPOC Voices

Andrea Gonzalez Shares Her Journey

Meet IATSE Local 764 member Andrea González. She began her career in the entertainment industry in 1997, while she was living and moving around a lot between the suburbs of Massachusetts. However, it wouldn’t be until 2002, when González would get the opportunity to work her very first show, Broadway musical “Into the Woods”, after […]

Carlos Garcia, Local 834 Rigger, New U.S. Citizen and First Time Voter

Carlos Garcia, Local 834 Rigger

Carlos Garcia is an IATSE 834 Rigger. He waited 21 years to finally gain the full American citizenship, and the right to vote. We interviewed him to find out more about his perspective as one of America’s newest voters. Q: After waiting twenty-one years, what does this moment mean to you?A: First, thanks to all […]

Local 478 President Phil LoCicero Shares His Story Of Being a Fireman During COVID-19

Phil Locicero Shares His Story of Being a Fireman

25-year fireman and Local 478 President Phil LoCicero, details the biggest changes the pandemic has made on his duties as a firefighter during these difficult times. “We now wear infection control outfits to protect us from the virus,” says LoCicero. “We make sure we wipe everything down daily and we have to check our temperature […]

Local 52 Member Sarah Bricker Helps Essential Workers By Making Ear Savers

Local 52 Member, Sarah Bricker Makes Ear Savers for Essential Workers

Sarah Bricker has been a member of the Property Department of Local 52 since 2008. “I was the Prop Shopper for Ray James when the pandemic hit,” she says. “I decided last minute to take my 3-D printer home, in case it was longer than the initial 2 weeks.” Within a week, Sarah says she […]