Ebbeson Elected of Vice President of County’s Commission on the Status of Women

October 27, 2015
By: WSU News

Amy Ebbeson (Next Step Program) recently was elected vice president for the Worcester County Commission on the Status of Women.

In addition, she served on a discussion panel for “What Can YOU Do?,” an open forum for students and employees that was sponsored in part by the City of Worcester Office on Human Rights and Disabilities and Workforce Central Career Center.

Ebbeson also was recently interviewed for the WORC radio program “Positive Impact,” hosted by current WSU student Chantel Bethea, where she discussed mental health stigma and treatment. Listen to the interview.

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