Nadia Marin-Molina is Associate Director at NYCOSH. As AD, she directs safety and health education, trainings and campaigns, and oversees programmatic activity. Nadia has spearheaded NYCOSH’s healthy nail salons work and has furthered NYCOSH’s program to protect construction workers by advocating for increased regulations and enforcement and calling for prosecution of criminal contractors, most recently in the Harco Construction case that resulted in the fatality of young worker Carlos Moncayo.
She was previously Safety and Health Specialist at NYCOSH, and developed strategy and training for industries as diverse as construction, nail salons, domestic work, and hospitals. She has also provided training for and helped develop NYCOSH’s first occupational health promoter program for our World Trade Center Health Program outreach.
She came to NYCOSH from the National Day Laborer Organizing Network (NDLON), where, as Workers Rights Program Coordinator, she led the organization’s initiative to successfully train thousands of day laborers after Hurricane Sandy while building the capacity of NDLON’s member groups. Previously, Nadia served as the Executive Director of the Workplace Project, an immigrant workers center on Long Island, NY. She received the prestigious Gloria Steinem Award for building the leadership and advocacy skills of Latino immigrant domestic workers, empowering them to challenge exploitative employers, on-the-job abuse, and substandard pay. She has also been awarded multiple recognitions due to her role in the Workplace Project’s defense of the human rights of day laborers and other immigrant workers. She received her JD from New York University School of Law, where she was a recipient of a Public Service Scholarship in recognition of her work with the Latino community.Contact