SEIU Local 73 represents more than 31,000 people, each with their own story to tell. “Local 73’s Voices” aims to highlight what makes our members so incredible. From what it means to be part of a union to what inspires their actions, we shine a light on the people who make our Local as unique as it is.
Adrian Hinton began working for the Cook County Clerk’s office in 1982. She has been on an exciting journey at the Clerk’s office for 40 years; starting at the Bureau of Vital Records, moving to the Elections Department and the Office of Real Estate and Tax Services, and ending back up at the Vital Records department. During this time she has earned a wealth of experience and has shared her knowledge with clients and colleagues alike. In addition to her job, Adrian was an original organizer with SEIU Local 73 and has served as a union steward for 25 years.
Adrian loves working with the public and her specialties are seniors and people with disabilities. She treats seniors and people with disabilities with patience and gratitude, and many of her clients enjoy her assistance.
Watch Adrian reflect on her 40 years at the Clerk’s office, how being a team player helped her along her journey, and what lies ahead in the future.