Aimee Le France

Aimee Le France

BSILR '20

Western New York Council on Occupational Safety & Health Worker Center

Skaneateles, NY

Work Highlights
  • Supported a campaign to reach, assist and empower workers in the nail salon industry
  • Conducted outreach to targeted communities to educate workers on workplace safety and health issues and to promote Worker Center resources
  • Planned and conducted Worker Center summer leadership training
  • Organized incoming calls to the Worker Center’s 10 language hotline
  • Creatively represented the different hazards of workplaces and corresponding news coverage to enhance public education efforts
In their words

"Thank you to everyone for making this summer so memorable. I've learned a lot while being here. I have a better sense of what social justice truly means and how to be a successful advocate for my community. No matter what sector I go into, I'm going to apply what I learned here."

Impact

"Amy’s creativity and research ability was a true asset to the organization. She was instrumental in helping us complete long planned projects." 

Brian Brown-Cashdollar,

Western New York Council on Occupational Safety & Health Worker Center (WNYCOSH)