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Girls 4 STEM Webinar Series Sponsored by American Association of University Women - Orinda Moraga Lafayette Branch
"My Career from the Lab to Launching New Consumer Products" featuring Deborah Martin, MPH/CIH, Global Manager. Product Stewardship & Regulatory, Dupont Nutrition and Biosciences
Learn about the dynamic field of sustainable product stewardship, which is taking a consumer product, making it more "sustainable," and taking it to market (on grocery shelves). A great career choice for women looking to blend science and business, a skill set in high demand. I will describe my education and career journey, give examples of the work to bring safe sustainable products to consumers. Product Stewardship is the business process responsible for the management of regulatory compliant products throughout their life cycle focusing on the health, safety and environmental issues at each phase. Case studies will be given to illustrate specific examples.

This series is free and open to all high school girls (and boys too) who want to know how one gets from taking science, computer, and math classes to choosing a career in STEM and getting a job after college. This webinar series is presented by AAUW-OML with a grant from the Bettelheim Family Foundation. We will present 1-2 webinars per month where you'll meet women in STEM careers sharing their story and how you too can find your passion in a STEM career.

Dec 13, 2020 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Deborah Martin
Global Manager, Product Stewardship & Regulatory @Dupont Nutrition and Biosciences
Deborah Martin is Global Product Stewardship Manager for Dupont Nutrition and Biosciences, responsible for implementation and maintenance of product stewardship, regulatory, and sustainability programs and launching new products. Deborah works closely with the Home and Personal Care business in areas such as ingredient transparency, eco-labels, product sustainability, enzyme safe handling, and hazard communication. She is also actively involved in several trade associations. Deborah has over eighteen years of professional Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) experience in various industries including biotech/pharma, electronics, and semi-conductor manufacturing.  Deborah Martin has a B.S. in Microbiology from the University of Calgary, a M.S. in Public Health from Oregon State, and an Executive Certificate from the Presidio Graduate School. She is also a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH).