Michael J. Crossey, PSEA President
Michael J. Crossey began serving as PSEA President on September 1, 2011. Previously, Mike served as PSEA Vice President and PSEA Western Region Vice President.
Mike has more than twenty years as a local association president, most recently with the Keystone Oaks Education Association. Additionally, he served his local as grievance chair, chief negotiator, and PACE/Legislative Chair. Mike has served at the state level as a member of the PSEA Political Action Committee for Education, and committee chair of the PSEA Legislative Committee.
Mike graduated from Duquesne University and went on to earn two Master's degrees and a reading specialist certificate. He has earned certification in seven areas of curriculum and taught at all levels in the school district, most often serving as the high school emotional support program teacher.
In addition to Mike's teaching and association involvement, he has a long history of community involvement and public service, serving as an elected official on the local and county levels. He has served as an Allegheny County Councilman, equivalent to a county commissioner position in many areas of the state.
Mike, his wife Eileen, and family live in the Pittsburgh area.
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