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Christopher Breiseth

Dr. Christopher Breiseth is the Board Chair of the Frances Perkins Center and the immediate past president and CEO...

Tomlin Perkins Coggeshall

Tomlin Perkins Coggeshall is Frances Perkins’ grandson, son of her daughter Susanna and Calvert Coggeshall, an abstract expressionist and...

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Alan Pierce

Alan S. Pierce has served as chairperson of the American Bar Association Worker’s Compensation Section and the Massachusetts Bar...

Frances Perkins, as FDR’s Secretary of Labor and the first woman appointed to the U.S. Cabinet, gave her voice to industrial workers and their safety, helping to establish the New Deal in response to the Great Depression. In this episode of Workers’ Comp Matters, host Alan Pierce talks to Chris Breiseth, chair of the Frances Perkins Center, and Tomlin Perkins Coggeshall, Frances Perkins’ grandson, about the effect she had on worker’s compensation and safety. Also, tune in to hear what made her more than just the Secretary of Labor.

Christopher Breiseth is the board chair of the Frances Perkins Center and the immediate past president and CEO of the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute.

Tomlin Perkins Coggeshall has worked in publishing and marketing, mostly in the alternative energy field, focusing on hydrogen and clean energy.

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Published: April 26, 2017
Podcast: Workers Comp Matters
Category: Workers Compensation
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