MassCOSH Board of Directors

  • MassCOSH monthly donor Michael Felsen is the kind of advocate every nonprofit wish to have on their side: generous, knowledgeable, and committed to making the world a more just place.  

  • Senior Executive Administrative Assistant, 1199SEIU

    Nancy was the Youth Coordinator at the Massachusetts Coalition for Occupational Safety & Health (MassCOSH), for six years.  She worked daily with youth on the local, regional, and national level to bring youth, young worker rights, and worker health & safety to the forefront.  Prior to joining MassCOSH, Nancy served for two years with AmeriCorps, in the Massachusetts Promise Fellowship, working on service projects with an emphasis on cultural & community history of urban neighborhoods and youth development. She went on to work for the Mass Service Alliance, an AmeriCorps affilia

  • Attorney, Fairwork P.C.

    Rachel is an associate attorney at Fair Work, P.C., where she represents workers in class actions as well as in individual cases of wage theft, discrimination, and retaliation. Prior to joining Fair Work, Rachel worked at Greater Boston Legal Services, where she represented primarily immigrant employees in the Employment Law Unit.

  • Teens Lead at Work Alumna

    I am currently a volunteer and Executive Board Member for MassCOSH. In the past as a Senior Peer Leader I organized and facilitated Health and Safety training's in the Greater Boston area for teens. I campaigned for the passing of the new Child Labor Law Bill which was passed in January 2007. 

  • Managing Partner at Keches Law Group, P.C.

    Sean is the managing partner at Keches Law Group, P.C. where he has worked with injured workers for the past 12 years. He is a former member of the Ironworkers Union Local 7. He represents workers in all phases of workers' compensation litigation, Social Security Disability claims, as well as cases involving employment discrimination, sexual harassment and wrongful termination and tort cases. Before joining the firm, he interned with the Norfolk County District Attorney's Office.

  • Business Manager, Ironworkers Local 7

    Shawn started in the trades as a Teamster on a trash truck. Shawn was introduced into the Ironworkers trade in 1988. He spent 3 years learning the trade as an apprentice, graduating at the top of his class as the “1991 Apprentice of the Year.” He plied his trade for the next 17 years in the field while also serving as a part time officer during that time. In 2008, he became a full-time Industry Analyst for the Ironworkers Union Local 7, moving on to Business agent in 2012, then to Business Manager in 2016.


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