Karen Lewis has secured another three-year term as president of the Chicago Teachers Union.
Lewis faced no challengers this year, prompting the CTU House of Delegates to vote overwhelmingly Wednesday night to cancel the union's election.
As such, Lewis will retain her position along with CTU Vice President Jesse Sharkey and CTU Recording Secretary Michael Brunson.
Speech language pathologist Maria Moreno will replace Kristine Mayle as CTU's financial secretary in July. Mayle opted against seeking re-election.
"My vision of the union is that it continues to encourage active participation of its members in the fight for our profession and the education our students deserve," Moreno said in a statement. "The union must also continue establishing strong partnerships among parents, students, communities and labor organizations in our efforts to defend high quality, equitable public education for all students and address the social justice issues that hurt the people we serve as educators."