Unsung Heroine Program

Title

Unsung Heroine Program

Description

Victoria Budson, left, chairwoman of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women, meets with Kimberly Flynn at the end of the Unsung Heroines Program. Photo by Ken Yuszkus of the Salem News. The Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women honored Kimberly Flynn as an Unsung Heroine for her work advocating for safer working conditions for social workers and other direct service workers, according to an article in The Salem News. Flynn’s daughter, social worker Stephanie Moulton, was allegedly murdered in January 2011 by one of her clients, who was arrested. The client had a history of mental illness.

Creator

Salem News

Date

2012

Source

https://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/salemnews.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/4/dc/4dc5f2e9-4ea9-5b0a-b936-8c66255824b0/53e58a3c82b8e.image.jpg?resize=540%2C383

Relation

Rights

Source: Mother of Slain Social Worker Honored. (n.d.). SocialWorkersSpeak.org. Retrieved October 12, 2012, from http://bit.ly/RhngTA

Publisher

Salem News

Contributor

Salem News

Format

Medium: Photograph.

Language

English

Type

Recognition

Identifier

Women, Victoria Budson, Massachusetts, Unsung Heroines, Workers, Safety, Mental Illness

Coverage

Massachusetts

Files

unsungheroine.jpg

Reference

Salem News, Unsung Heroine Program, Salem News, 2012

Cite As

Salem News, “Unsung Heroine Program,” Virtual Museum of Public Service, accessed August 14, 2022, https://vmps.omeka.net/items/show/374.