BOARD ON CHEMICAL SCEINCES AND TECHNOLOGY AND THE NATIONAL ACADEMIES OF SCIENCES, ENGINEERING, AND MEDICINE
BOARD ON CHEMICAL SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY
SCOTT COLLICK, DuPont
JENNIFER SINCLAIR CURTIS, University of California, Davis
JOANNA AIZENBERG (NAS, NAE), Harvard University
GERARD BAILLELY, Procter & Gamble
RUBEN G. CARBONELL (NAE), North Carolina State University
JOHN FORTNER, Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science
SAMUEL H. GELLMAN (NAS), University of Wisconsin–Madison
KAREN I. GOLDBERG (NAS), University of Pennsylvania
TIMOTHY HALL, McNeese State University
MIRIAM E. JOHN, Sandia National Laboratories (Retired)
JODIE L. LUTKENHAUS, Texas A&M University
JOSEPH B. POWELL, Shell Global
PETER ROSSKY (NAS), Rice University
REBECCA T. RUCK, Merck Process Research & Development
RICHMOND SARPONG, University of California, Berkeley
VIJAY SWARUP, ExxonMobil
SALY ROMERO-TORRES, Thermo Fisher Scientific
JEREMY T. MATHIS, Board Director
ELLEN MANTUS, Scholar
MARILEE SHELTON-DAVENPORT, Senior Program Officer
MAGGIE WALSER, Senior Program Officer
NICHOLAS ROGERS, Financial Associate
JESSICA WOLFMAN, Research Associate
SARAH HARPER, Program Assistant
KESIAH CLEMENT, Senior Program Assistant
BENJAMIN ULRICH, Program Assistant
OLIVIA TORBERT, Program Assistant
ELISE ZAIDI, Communications and Media Associate
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