Dorine Levasseur is a Labor Guild alumna, former executive board member, and past president, but she is most known for her work with Local 925 and helping to establish 9to5. She was recently interviewed on GBH about her role, and she gives a great shout out to The Labor Guild, School of Labor-Management Relations.
Meghan Smith of GBH writes,
“[Ann] Gavin encouraged Levasseur to get involved with activism on campus, just as the state employee public bargaining law was about to be enacted in 1974. She became a co-chair of the committee, and the experience led her to the Labor Guild of the Archdiocese of Boston, where she became the second woman president of the board. She took classes on grassroots activism and organized labor.”
Check out Dorine’s interview here: