Huntington – Supervisor Chad A.
Lupinacci presented Town of Huntington Personnel Officer Lisa Baisley with a
proclamation on August 7 recognizing her recent election as President of the
National Public Employer Labor Relations Association (PELRA).
“It’s incredible to know that one of
our very own members of Town Hall is making such a difference in so many lives
across the country,” said Supervisor Chad A. Lupinacci. “Ms. Baisley’s success
is not surprising; she is an extremely hard working member of our team of
dedicated Town employees and I look forward to seeing what she accomplishes
“A good, solid relationship between
labor and management is important to the efficient operation of government.
This organization offers labor relations professionals the opportunity to gain
the knowledge and skills they need to create and maintain such a relationship.”
said Lisa Baisley, Town Personnel Officer. “My goal as President this year is
to continue to grow the membership of this organization so that all levels of
government throughout the country can take advantage of these educational and
Baisley has been employed by the
Town of Huntington since 1986; she manages a staff of three and oversees human
resources and labor relations for approximately 1,000 Town employees.
Baisley has served on the Board of
Directors for National PELRA since 2013 and on the Board of Directors at the
State level (NYSPELRA) for 15 years. She served as State President for one
year, from 2010 to 2011. Baisley most recently served as Executive Vice
President at the National level and holds the position of President since her
election to the post in April 2019.
The National Public Employer Labor
Relations Association (PELRA) provides professional development, networking,
and advocacy services to Labor Relations & Human Resource professionals, so
that public sector employers may deliver the most efficient and effective
services to citizens and taxpayers.
In the photo (l-r): Supervisor Chad
A. Lupinacci and Lisa Baisley, Town Personnel Officer and President, PELRA.