District Wellness Council

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  • For close to 20 years, Al Vega has worked primarily in the youth development field with a focus on strengthening the skills and leadership of Boston area teens to become more engaged citizens in their communities. He joined MassCOSH in 2009 in an administrative role and quickly got involved in many of MassCOSH's programs (Teens Lead @ Work & the Immigrant Worker Center) through health and safety training (hazard & body mapping, worker rights, etc.) and campaigns that directly impacted the most vulnerable workers from all walks of life across the city and state. He has worked to make change in schools and HeadStart buildings through the Healthy Schools Initiative. He has extensive experience working with coalitions which are crucial to MassCOSH's work and plays a key role in the Healthy Schools program which looks at many aspects of environmental health including: reduction of asthma triggers, Integrated Pest Management, improving indoor air quality and the formation of environmental health committees/wellness councils. He advocates and identifies school based champions to make this a priority at individuals schools but also works with allies and school department partners to replicate some of these initiatives throughout the district.
  • Goldson is responsible for oversight of operations, staffing, and daily management of a department serving over 30,000 low-income residents with comprehensive family planning and community prevention programs. Goldson brings over 25 years of experience in health education and training, curriculum and program development and community-building. She is skilled in working with diverse ethnic, cultural, and sexual populations and in providing developmentally appropriate reproductive and sexual health education.
  • Marianna Gil is the Director of Health Benefits for the City of Boston. She leads and administers the City's provision of high-quality health-related benefits for over 50,000 City employees, retirees, and their dependents. Her top priority is ensuring employees across the City have convenient access to resources they need to stay happy and healthy, and also are incentivized to use these resources and practice healthy living.
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