Terry O’Sullivan is the General President of the Laborers’ International Union of North America (LiUNA), a half-million-member trade union founded in 1903. The grandson and great-grandson of Irish immigrants, Terry O’Sullivan is deeply proud of his heritage, holds dual American and Irish citizenship, and remains connected to his ancestral homeland. Terry O’Sullivan has taken a leadership role in building bridges between the Irish and American trade union movements. He travels to Ireland frequently to meet with labor leaders and elected officials there, and has hosted similar meetings on this side of the Atlantic. In 2016, he led an American labor delegation to Dublin for the official celebration of the centennial of the 1916 Easter Rising, and in 2019 he led a similar delegation to Belfast for the dedication of the James Connolly Visitor Centre, a museum and cultural center located on the Falls Road in West Belfast. Terry O’Sullivan also serves as President of New York Friends of Ireland, and Chairman of DC Friends of Ireland.