Judith R. Willoughby
Judy Willoughby was elected NALC Assistant Secretary-Treasurer in 2014 following national balloting held among the union’s active and retired members. Full bio
Working under the direction supervision of the NALC president, NALC’s assistant secretary-treasurer serves as the secretary of the Executive Council when it is in session and serves as the secretary-treasurer in their absence, in addition to performing other duties as assigned by the president. The assistant secretary-treasurer’s duties also include:
- serving as the chair of the Committee of Laws,
- serving as the officer in charge of the headquarters building,
- serving as the officer in charge of the NALC Human Resources Department,
- serving as a member of the fiscal committee, and
- serving as the officer in charge of approving and tracking all authorized wage reports.
Branch bylaw changes
Branches should use the form below when submitting proposed by-law changes to Headquarters. This form can only be used once the bylaw has been voted on and approved, as well as signed by a branch officer.
Right-click on this link and select “Save link as…” or “Save target as…” to download and open a PDF form that contains fields in which you can type or paste information directly using your computer. When you’re finished, print it out and sign it. Note that you must download the file and open it using Adobe Reader to access and use the form fields.
Right-click on this link to download the standard PDF form, which you can use if you have any technical problems using the form above. Simply open up the form, print it out, type or write your information on the print-out, then sign it.
For quick access to the NALC Constitution, click here.
You will need to fill out a separate form for each proposed change in article number and/or subsection, then print each completed form and mail them, along with two complete copies of your current by-laws, to:
100 Indiana Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20001-2144
Visits to Headquarters
The Vincent R. Sombrotto NALC Headquarters building sits in a prominent location at the foot of Capitol Hill. When NALC purchased the site, it was one of the last available for development adjacent to the U.S. Capitol grounds.
Another unique feature of the Headquarters building is its outer shell, made of unpolished, high-quality Vermont marble. There are only a few other buildings in Washington, DC, with marble from the same quarry—including the U.S. Supreme Court building and the Jefferson Memorial—making the NALC building architecturally significant.
Tours of the Sombrotto Building given by NALC employees are available for visiting members between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. No appointment is necessary for a tour—simply request one at the guard’s desk on the first floor of the building. Friends and family are also welcome to come along with a member during a tour.
Our street address is 100 Indiana Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20001-2144, but taxis are best directed to “First and ‘C’ Northwest.” There is a taxi stand around the corner from the Sombrotto Building, on Constitution Avenue at Charlie Palmer Restaurant.
Union Station is an easy, 20-minute walk to and from NALC Headquarters, under a mile away. Amtrak, MARC Rail and VRE serve Union Station, and popular bus lines such as Greyhound and Bolt Bus have terminals inside Union Station’s parking garage.
The nearest Metrobus stops are served by routes X1, 96 and 97.
The nearest Metrorail stations are on the Red Line—Judiciary Square and Union Station.
There is a Capital Bikeshare station around the corner at Constitution Avenue & 2nd Street NW, in front of the Department of Labor building.