Oliver Carr was a real estate developer in Washington, DC.
Orlando Argueta was a janitor in Washington, DC who participated in SEIU's five-month janitorial strike in 1997.
Oscar Romero was the fourth Archbishop of San Salvador. He was assassinated on March 24, 1980.
Pernell Vinson was a janitor who worked for Potomac Cleaning.
Pixie Pete was the organizing mascot of Justice for Janitors.
Ray Rogers was a labor activist credited with the development of the corporate campaign.
Raymond Reid was a janitor in Washington, DC who worked for UNICCO and other cleaning companies. He also served as a shop steward for SEIU Local 82.
Renaye Manley was a spokeswoman for SEIU Local 82.
Richard Bensinger was the founder of the AFL-CIO Organizing Institute. He also served as the organizing director of the AFL-CIO from 1994-1998.