MassCOSH Staff

  • Chief of Strategy and Engagement (since Oct 2022)          (857) 301-7727
    For over 20 years, Al has worked primarily in the nonprofit social justice field with a focus on using worker safety and health to engage all workers to become more empowered in their workplaces and engaged citizens in their communities to advocate for good jobs and a better quality of life for all. He joined MassCOSH in 2009 in an administrative role and quickly got involved in many of MassCOSH’s core programs (Teens Lead @ Work & the Immigrant Worker Center) through health and safety trainings (indoor air quality, hazard & body mapping, worker rights, etc) and campaigns that directly impacted the most vulnerable workers from many cities around the state.

  • Administrative Associate          (857) 301-7783

    Ana brings more than 20 years of administrative experience to MassCOSH. She has held positions with the Boston Center for Youth & Families at the Blackstone Community Center and the Southwest Boston Community Development Corporation. Ana’s interests include the art of makeup, cooking, and spending time with her partner Jacques, who is a Local 7 Ironworker member for over two decades. She is also very passionate about mental health, especially Alzheimer's disease and dementia, given that both of her parents suffered from the illnesses.

  • Immigrant Worker Center Director               (617) 505-8940

    Fran was born and raised in Santiago, Chile. She came to Boston in 2018 to pursue a Master’s at the Hult International Business School, where her studies focused on nonprofit management, communications and development.

  • Development & Communications Coordinator               (857) 301-7730

    Jame Jones is our Development & Communications Coordinator. As such, she's responsible for much of our direct fundraising as well as our social media, press releases, newsletters, etc., so be sure to keep an eye out for updates on MassCOSH from her!

  • Youth Programs Director               

    Liam grew up in New York City and lived in Washington DC while attending Georgetown University. As a student, Liam dedicated his studies to learning about race, colonialism and empire, involved in movement organizing. His lived experience as an Afro-Panamanian has informed and motivated much of his social justice work. In 2020, Liam got heavily involved in racial justice and tenant organizing, supporting residents of color to fight against displacement and gentrification.

  • Chief of Operations               (857) 301-7726

  • Trainer & Technical Consultant               (857) 301-7776
    Richard Rabin has been a volunteer with MassCOSH for over 30 years. He directed the Occupational Lead Poisoning Registry at the Massachusetts Department of Labor for over 20 years.  He has published several articles on both child and adult lead poisoning.  He also initiated the first lawsuit against the lead paint industry. Rick is OSHA certified and has led OSHA 10 and RRP trainings in both Spanish and English for workers in a range of industries.

  • Labor and Community Organizer            (857) 301 - 7763