Milt Tambor is the elected Treasurer of Atlanta Jobs with Justice and Chair of the Metro Atlanta DSA. Milt moved to Atlanta from Detroit in 2001 and is currently retired. He worked for Michigan American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees Council 25 as a staff representative and education coordinator. As staff representative he represented public sector workers in collective bargaining and grievance appeals. As labor educator he conducted classes in collective bargaining, steward training, labor history, economics, strategic planning and health and safety. With a Ph.D. in Sociology, Milt also taught classes as an adjunct faculty at Wayne State University's School of Social Work.
As a student, Neil worked with labor unions in South Africa and Cambodia, assisting them with their organizing campaigns, communications to partners and employers, and research efforts. He also worked with Amnesty International India in supporting the development of a campaign to repeal India’s draconian Armed Forces Specials Powers Act, 1958. He was a leader with the United Students Against Sweatshops (USAS) serving as a member of the group’s Coordinating Committee and as a leader at USAS affiliates at Michigan State University and University of Michigan. Neil was a social justice educator at the University of Michigan’s Program on Intergroup Relations, where he taught a course on intergroup dialogue, social identities, and anti-oppression. During his time as angraduate student instructor he served as steward for the U of M GraduateEmployees' Organization.