Gabby Rosazza is a Program Assistant for the International Team at the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, D.C.
Prior to joining CEPR, Gabby was a Campaigner with the International Labor Rights Forum, where she ran international campaigns in support of farmworkers in Latin America organizing unions on plantations exporting fruit to the US market. This involved educating US policy makers and consumers about the exploitation faced by workers in global supply chains and dispelling the myths of CSR as an alternative to independent, democratic unions. Most significantly, she worked with the Honduran labor movement to bring Fyffes, one of the largest fruit companies in the world, to the negotiating table with the union representing its Honduran melon workers. In addition to this work, Gabby has served as an interpreter and facilitator of various international trips for students during her time as an undergraduate. She holds a BA in International Relations, with minors in Faith-Justice studies and Latin American studies from Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA.