Chapter 293 President | Executive Board member
Greg is an Enforcement attorney in the Boston Regional Office, and he serves as the President of Chapter 293. He is an effective and successful advocate for the rights of SEC employees, and he is intimately involved in most aspects of chapter negotiations, national and local grievances, and chapter communications. Under his leadership, union membership has increased at the most rapid rate of any chapter in the National Treasury Employees Union.
Chapter 293 Vice President | Executive Board member | Steward
Lance is an Attorney Adviser in the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations, where he also serves as Chapter 293 Vice President, steward and member of the Executive Board.
Chapter 293 Secretary | Executive Board member | Steward
Melissia serves as Chapter 293's Secretary. She is a Senior Attorney in the LA Regional Office, where she also serves as a steward.
Chapter 293 Treasurer | Executive Board Member | Steward
James is a senior accountant in the Division of Corporation Finance, where he serves as a steward and as a member of the CorpFin Labor Management Forum. He also serves as Chapter 293's Treasurer. In his role in the Division of Corporation Finance, James reviews filings from registrants in the beverage, apparel, and mining industries for compliance with accounting standards and disclosure rules. He has been with the Commission since 2007 and is proud to have become a member of Chapter 293 on his first day at the SEC. James has prior experience in both public accounting and private industry. He graduated with a BS in Accounting and International Business from the Stern School of Business at New York University and is a CPA.
Chapter 293 Chief Steward | Executive Board member
Dan is a Senior Counsel in the Asset Management Unit in the Division of Enforcement at the Boston Regional Office. He has been active with the union since its creation -- first as a steward, then as the BRO Representative on the Executive Board, and, more recently, as the Chapter’s Chief Steward. Before joining the SEC in 2000, Dan worked as a staff attorney for the Federal Trade Commission’s Boston Regional Office, as an in-house counsel with Welch’s (the grape juice people), as a law clerk to Associate Justice Ruth Abrams of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, and as a legislative aide to a Massachusetts State Representative. Dan has a B.A. from Brown University, magna cum laude, and a J.D. from Harvard Law School, cum laude. He lives in Belmont, MA, with his wife, Barbara, who is an active member of the Massachusetts Teachers Association, and their sons, Brendan and Joseph.
Paul is a Senior Securities Compliance Examiner in the Division of Examinations at Headquarters. Paul started at the Commission in 2000 as an attorney in the Division of Enforcement at the Miami Regional Office and then joined Examinations in 2007, where he has served in a number of roles including Branch Chief for the Office of Broker-Dealer in Washington, DC. Paul has a B.A. from the State University of New York at Binghamton and a J.D from the University of Miami School of Law. Prior to joining the Commission, he practiced admiralty and employment law in Miami and was also a registered representative in the securities industry. In 2009, he retired from the United States Navy Reserve at the rank of Commander. He lives in Montclair, Virginia with his wife Jane, their daughters Kate and Claire, and their two retired racing greyhounds, Sunny and Lenny.
David is a Trial Attorney in the Atlanta Regional Office, where he also serves as a union steward.
Executive Board member | Steward
Tanya is an Enforcement Attorney in the Salt Lake City Regional Office, where she also serves as a steward and Executive Board member.
Alix is an Enforcement Attorney in the New York Regional Office, where she also serves as a steward.
Executive Board member | Steward
Sondra works as an Attorney Adviser in the Office of Credit Ratings, where she also serves as an Executive Board member and a Steward.
Allan is a Trial Attorney in the Office of General Counsel in Washington.
Luis joined the SEC in 1999 as an examiner in OCIE’s Investment Adviser/Investment Company examination program. In 2013 he moved over to the Division of Investment Management’s Analytics Office where he conducts examinations to identify systemic risk and assist in rulemaking efforts, and where he serves as a union steward. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner and graduated from St. Peter’s College in 1999 with a degree in International Business and Trade.
Jamie is the Deputy Assistant Director in FSIO in the Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations. After working at a couple of law firms, Jamie joined the SEC in ’88. He has been in the inspections group for 30 years, starting with when the group was part of Market Regulation (Trading and Markets). According to Jamie, "this group is where you can get the broadest exposure to how the brokerage industry operates. It also has had the best management and staff. I was the responsible branch chief contributing to the memo creating OCIE in 1995." Jamie's wife, Cynthia, also of 30 years, is at the DC US Attorney’s office. They have 3 kids and 3 college tuition responsibilities. Jamie runs the SEC (merchandise) Store, and he is an elite athlete having won 2 gold medals in the Senior Olympics in croquet. He came to DC from Boston 40 years ago with the intent of returning after a year. Family matters, law school, marriage and kids have trapped him in DC and hopefully he can finally return to New England when he retires. "Friends remind me that talk is cheap. I look forward to being a union steward."
Jason joined the Commission’s IA/IC Examination Program in November of 2016 after working as an enforcement attorney with the Illinois Securities Department for ten years. Jason studied at Kent State for undergrad and, in 2000, graduated from Indiana University with a J.D. and a M.P.A. In his spare time Jason enjoys watching the New York Rangers, walking the dog, camping and hiking.
Executive Board member emeritus
Pat served as Chapter 293's Vice President, and worked as a Paralegal Specialist in the Division of Investment Management in Washington. She retired in January 2021. She currently holds the title of Executive Board member emeritus, and continues to provide counsel and assistance to the union. She has been a member of the Labor Management Forum, the SEC Diversity Council and negotiating teams for the Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Dan is a Financial Economist in the Office of Asset Management (DERA), where he also serves as Chapter 293 steward.
Carol is a Staff Accountant in the New York Regional Office.
James is a Senior Enforcement Attorney in the Boston Regional Office. He received a BA and an MA in history from Providence College, and a JD from Boston College Law School. He worked for several years as an attorney in the private sector, becoming a partner at the Boston law firm of Morrison, Mahoney. He commenced his service at the SEC in 1998 as an enforcement attorney in Washington. He spent seven years in the Enforcement Division in Washington, where he worked on a number of securities fraud investigations, before transferring to Boston. James favors utilizing a constructive approach when dealing with management, but believes that the union offers employees a stronger voice within the agency than any single employee could ever have on his or her own. He lives minutes from Narragansett Bay near Providence with his wife and their three sons, aged 2, 4 and 6. He and his wife are active in their parish and in his children’s school. Although he is an avid golfer and custom golf clubmaker most of his time these days goes to renovating his family’s home.
Executive Board member
Will presently serves as the FWRO representative on the Executive Board. Will previously served as a union steward in the FWRO and has been a member of Chapter 293 since its inception. Will works as a Senior Attorney Examiner in the OCIE at the FWRO. Prior to working in OCIE, Will worked as a Senior Enforcement Attorney in the Division of Enforcement at the FWRO. Prior to joining the SEC in 1999, Will worked as an attorney in private practice in New York and New Jersey. Will has a B.A. in History from the University of Virginia, and a J.D. from the Villanova University School of Law. He lives in Colleyville, TX, with his wife, Deborah, daughter, Gabriella, son, Diego, and a pure-bred Boxer, Dakota. Will’s hobbies and interests include walking, jazz, politics, and all sports. Will serves as a union leader because he believes that he can effectuate change more effectively through active participation.
Janie is an attorney in the Fort Worth Regional Office, where she also serves as a steward.
Jeffrey is a Staff Accountant at the New York Regional Office in the Office of Compliance Inspections & Examinations in the Investment Adviser & Investment Company Program. He joined the Commission in 2003. When he’s not at work, Jeffrey tries to keep his mind sharp by reading and tries to stay in shape to keep up with his three young children.
Executive Board member | Steward
Joyce is a Management and Program Analyst in the Division of Economic and Risk Analysis, where she serves as a member of the SEC Diversity Council, is an advocate and long-standing member of the Disability Interests Advisory Committee, and serves on the Chapter 293 Executive Board.
Danny is a Legal Instruments Examiner in the Office of Financial Management, where he serves as a Steward and as a Headquarters Representative (Op Center) on the Executive Board.
Steward | Executive Board Member
Noel is a Senior Attorney in the Enforcement Division at Headquarters in Washington, D.C., where he serves as a steward.
Executive Board member | Steward
James Hanson is a senior attorney in NYRO enforcement. He has been with the Commission since October 1998. He graduated summa cum laude from Yale University, received his J.D. from Columbia University and was law clerk to the Hon. George Revercomb of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.