Rosie Sanchez

Rosie Sanchez is a health and safety program assistant at LOSH. She provides administrative and logistical support for various LOSH initiatives, develops and prepares educational materials for worker training and awareness sessions, and cofacilitates worker health and safety training in both English and Spanish. She also works with LOSH’s undergraduate student workers, interns, and the social media team.

Prior to joining LOSH, Rosie was a community-labor organizer at Street Level Health Project in Oakland, California, promoting health, safety, and workers’ rights to day laborers and domestic workers. Her work is rooted in her personal background as a Salvadoran-Mexican woman who comes from a working-class immigrant family. Outside of work, Rosie enjoys trying new vegan foods and spending quality time with her little family of mice.

Rosie holds a bachelor’s degree in comparative ethnic studies from UC Berkeley.