Linda H. Donahue is a Senior Extension Associate with Cornell-ILR's Labor Programs.
She developed and is the director of the School’s On-Line Labor Studies Program
and coordinates a web-based series of seminars on topics related to union concerns.
Additionally, she conducts workshops and teaches courses on a variety of topics
including women and work, labor history, and building member participation. Among
her publications are the "Rochester Workers’ Rights Handbook," the book All These
Years of Effort: Rochester New York’s Central Labor Unions and the report “The
Cost of Worker Misclassification in New York State.”