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Tracy Landers


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You’re part of the premier association for electrical contractors and have access to invaluable content, programming and opportunities—but what should you focus on? This session, delivered by NECA Field Representatives, will help you prioritize which programs and services will have the most immediate effect on your business. Learn how NECA can help you with labor relations, business and market development, education, innovation, standards, safety, advocacy, networking and more.


Landers started his career as an Apprentice in the Montgomery Electrical JATC, completing the program in 1992. In 1994, after working in the field as a Journeyman Inside Wireman, Landers became an Assistant Business Manager at IBEW Local Union 443, based in Montgomery, Alabama. During this time, he also served as the Training Director and instructed apprentices for the Montgomery Electrical JATC. In 1999, he became the Business Manager/Financial Secretary, serving two terms before starting at the local NECA Chapter. He also served as a trustee on the multi-employer plans covered by the CBA during this period.
In 2005, Landers served as the Executive Director of the Gulf Coast Chapter, NECA, working as the Executive Secretary for the Board of Directors. The Chapter consists of six divisions across the states of Alabama, Florida, and Mississippi. He also served as a trustee on two health plans and three pension plans.
Landers joined NECA’s National Staff in January of 2022, serving as a Field Representative for District 3 in the Southern Region. In March of 2023, NECA named Tracy Landers as Labor Relations Specialist then Executive Director of Industrial Relations & Workforce Development shortly thereafter where he also served as a Trustee for the IBEW-NECA electrical training Alliance.
January of 2024 Landers returned to the position and duties of Field Representative in District 3.

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