On January 26, Indianapolis Newspaper Guild members unanimously voted in favor of electing Daniel Bradley as vice president.
He joins Fatima Hussein (president), Stephen Holder (vice president) and Ryan Martin (secretary-treasurer) in serving as officers on behalf of membership. His election fills the vice presidency position made vacant by the departure of Emily Kuzniar to another state.
Daniel started working full-time for The Star in 2006 after a couple years of part-time work in the sports department. Daniel, a graduate of Butler University, worked nights on the sports copy desk until switching to his current position when The Star moved to Circle Centre.
He said he was motivated to become an officer after seeing so many new unions organizing around the country.
“This felt like the right time to step up to being an officer. I had been a Guild steward for a few years, and I always appreciated the work officers did for us in the newsroom through some challenging times,” Daniel said.
Daniel, a lifetime resident of Central Indiana, can be found outside of work at Pacers, Indians and Butler basketball games, or exploring museums and new restaurants.
Thank you, Daniel, for working on behalf of your friends and colleagues.