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Dannie Grufferty elected as Vice President (Soc-Cit)

Dannie Grufferty has been elected as Vice President (Society and Citizenship).

In her hustings speech, Dannie said  "This zone is about more than what happens in the classroom; it is about unions being at the heart of our communities."

Dannie will succeed current Vice President (Soc-Cit) Susan Nash.

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