Appendix C
Workshop Participants

Linda Allen, U.S. Department of State

Cindy Bethell, U.S. Senate

Amanda Blakeley, World Bank

Katherine Bliss, U.S. Department of State

William Boyd, U.S. Senate

Margaret Breida, American Industrial Hygiene Association

William Brock, Brock Scientific Consulting, LLC

Margaret Chu, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

John J. Cohrssen, Public Health Policy Advisory Board

Eileen Collins, Rutgers University

Margaret Conomos, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Morris Cranmer, University of Arkansas

Joan Cranmer, University of Arkansas

Elizabeth David, Stratus Consulting

Dennis Devlin, ExxonMobil Corporation

Brian Doll, ExxonMobil Corporation

Bertha Dong, Government Accountability Office

Rob Donnelly, Shell Oil Company

Brenda Doroski, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

J. W. Dunlap, JTxCo

Adele Egwu, National Institutes of Health

Jon Ehrenfeld, International Center for Technology Assessment

Stephanie Foe

Angeles Franco, Hospital Universitario, Gregoriio Marañónn

Joseph Gainer

Mary Gant, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

Alan Hecht, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Steve Herrin

Cheryl Hogue, American Chemical Society



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Global Environmental Health in the 21st Century: From Governmental Regulation to Corporate Social Responsibility - Workshop Summary Appendix C Workshop Participants Linda Allen, U.S. Department of State Cindy Bethell, U.S. Senate Amanda Blakeley, World Bank Katherine Bliss, U.S. Department of State William Boyd, U.S. Senate Margaret Breida, American Industrial Hygiene Association William Brock, Brock Scientific Consulting, LLC Margaret Chu, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency John J. Cohrssen, Public Health Policy Advisory Board Eileen Collins, Rutgers University Margaret Conomos, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Morris Cranmer, University of Arkansas Joan Cranmer, University of Arkansas Elizabeth David, Stratus Consulting Dennis Devlin, ExxonMobil Corporation Brian Doll, ExxonMobil Corporation Bertha Dong, Government Accountability Office Rob Donnelly, Shell Oil Company Brenda Doroski, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency J. W. Dunlap, JTxCo Adele Egwu, National Institutes of Health Jon Ehrenfeld, International Center for Technology Assessment Stephanie Foe Angeles Franco, Hospital Universitario, Gregoriio Marañónn Joseph Gainer Mary Gant, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Alan Hecht, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Steve Herrin Cheryl Hogue, American Chemical Society

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Global Environmental Health in the 21st Century: From Governmental Regulation to Corporate Social Responsibility - Workshop Summary Sarah Hunt, National Academy of Sciences Diana Jerkins, U.S. Department of Agriculture Allen Jones, American Public Health Association Michelle Khan, National Institutes of Health Paul Koch, KEVRIC Pat Koshel, National Academy of Sciences Gary Krieger, NewFields, LLC Robert Lee, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Neil Levy, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Richard Liroff, World Wildlife Fund Whitney Long, ERG Susan Lundquist, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Julie Manley, Abbott Laboratories Jeffrey Marks, United Technologies Corporation Mary Masulla Mili Mavely, American Industrial Hygiene Association Susan McDonald Gerald McLaughlin, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases John Meagher, Intercet Ltd. Steven Phillips, ExxonMobil Corporation Debora Rice, ExxonMobil Corporation Joana Rosario, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Andrea Schultz, George Washington University Karen Searfoss Ingram, Asyst Daniel Shodell, Johns Hopkins University Kevin Sikora, Eastern Research Group, Inc. Jack Snyder, National Institutes of Health Matt Stanberry, ICF Consulting Jacob Steinberg, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Madalene Stevens, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Kristina Svensson, ICF Consulting Derek Swick, American Petroleum Institute Lakew Temeselew, Howard University Blandine Trouille, U.S. Department of Commerce Stanley Tsai, Maryland Department of the Environment Claudia Walters, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Edward Washburn, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Gary Waxmonsky, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Roberta Wedge, National Academy of Sciences Charles A. Wells, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Malcolm Woolf, U.S. Senate

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