Welcome Jason Freeman to the Central Labor Council



We are pleased to introduce Jason Freeman as the Campaigns and Community Coordinator of the Nashville and Middle Tennessee Central Labor Council.  Hiring staff is the culmination of more than a year's worth of planning and aggressive capacity building by our CLC, which had always been run by an all volunteer basis. As Nashville grows, so must the voice of our more than 16,000 area union families.  

Jason will be working with our affiliate unions to build upon existing relationships among unions, community, civil rights, immigrant rights, voting rights and grassroots organizations and identify potential new relationships that would grow the capacity of the labor movement to represent the interests of all workers.  He will also take the lead on crafting our strategic plan for the CLC to continue to fight for working families in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. 

Jason is originally from New Hampshire and spent the last two years there working for American Bridge 21st Century on the 2014 US Senate and Congressional races, as well as the first in the nation presidential primary.  Prior to that he was a field organizer working for a candidate in the 2013 Boston, MA Mayoral election and the 2012 congressional campaign in the 8th District of Minnesota.  Before entering the political realm, Jason worked in the restaurant industry for over 10 years. 

In the coming weeks and months, Jason will be reaching out to members of the Central Labor Council to introduce himself and give updates on CLC campaigns and events.  Please feel free to contact him to introduce yourself!





Day of Action

Saturday August 29th 10:00am

Volunteer Door Knocking for Endorsed Candidates

2019 Buena Vista Pike


Labor Day Parade and Picnic

Saturday September 5th 3:00pm

St. Edwards Church

190 Thompson Lane

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