Free Green Chemistry Webinar

Great Lakes Green Chemistry Network Michigan Green Chemistry Clearinghouse presents

How Our Perceptions of Green Chemistry Will Drive Implementation

with LYNN LEGER, Director, ALCERECO

3 p.m. Wednesday August 14

How can we have the greatest impact on accelerating the adoption of Green Chemistry? This question comes up at most gatherings of people interested in advancing Green Chemistry and the answers in the hallways are varied. Marketing teaches us that people will act on their own perceptions. A recent survey of professionals in Green Chemistry looked at what are the perceptions of Green Chemists with regard to the question of greatest impact as well as some of the commonly-held perceptions like price premium and the value of regulations. This webinar will discuss these perceptions and compare the results of perception to the reality of some success stories.

After completing a degree in Chemistry and an MBA, Lynn Leger joined DuPont’s Automotive Coatings business where she held a variety of business, marketing and technical positions. Lynn then changed market focus and led new initiatives in Food Safety for DuPont including responsibility for leading major R&D initiatives in breakthrough disinfection technology. Lynn joined GreenCentre Canada in 2010 as a Director of Commercial Development and worked with universities across Canada to commercialize greener technologies. Lynn is a named inventor on 13 patent applications in technologies representing each of the different businesses with which she has been associated. She is a frequent speaker on innovation and green chemistry including chairing a session on commercialization of Green Chemistry at the American Chemical Society’s Green Chemistry Institute meeting this summer. Lynn is currently starting a new business, ALCERECO, that will develop and commercialize new Advanced Materials in a number of markets.

Space is limited.Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/361712112
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