Pam Fendt

Pam Fendt

Pam Fendt is the president of the Milwaukee Area Labor Council and a member of Laborers' Local 113 (LIUNA). She serves as Labor Representative on Employ Milwaukee (the area workforce development board) and on the United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County Board of Directors and Executive Board. In her spare time she likes to read, play cribbage and Scrabble, and spend time with family. Pam Fendt was also a Duncan Yo-Yo contest 2nd place winner when she was 12.

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The Inflation Reduction Act will create climate jobs for Wisconsin workers

By: - September 2, 2022

Wisconsin is entering a boom cycle in renewable energy development. From utility-scale solar projects that will replace aging infrastructure to plans for the manufacturing of the needed component parts here, progress is now a question of “when?’”and “how?” instead of ”‘if?” Thanks to the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) signed into law by President Joe Biden […]

FLINT, MI - OCTOBER 13: United Auto Workers union members and their families rally near the General Motors Flint Assembly plant on Solidarity Sunday on October 13, 2019 (Photo by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)

American Jobs Plan presents opportunity to rebuild Wisconsin’s manufacturing, labor, environmental legacy

By: and - April 29, 2021

It seems like these days you can’t throw a rock without hitting a vacant manufacturing facility in Wisconsin. For generations, manufacturing jobs kept money in the wallets and food on the tables of working families across the state. But in recent years that legacy has been threatened. Offshoring, a lack of government investment and weak […]