Industry Experts Talk Green Cleaning
The Women in Green Cleaning webinar, hosted by Healthy Schools Campaign, will take place on June 2 at 2 pm EST/1 pm CST. The panel will feature a dynamic group of inspiring and hard-working women leading the field of green cleaning right now. Each woman will discuss her own career in the traditionally male-dominated cleaning industry, offering advice for how to overcome unique challenges in the field. Panelists will also discuss their reasons for supporting the green cleaning movement.
Women in Green Cleaning Panelists
• Diana Stewart, President of EnvirOx, a leading green cleaning manufacturer and champion for the cause of healthy school environments
• Tracy Enger, EPA’s Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools project manager and inspirational advocate for healthier schools
• Kim Thomas, member of the Green Clean Schools Leadership Council and Executive Director – Plant Services & Custodial Operations of the award-winning green cleaning program at Clarke County School District in Georgia
• Shawna Cragun, Director of Custodial Services, Davis School District in Utah who is also president elect of Utah Schools Custodial Managers Association and Spotlight Spokesperson, Indoor Air Quality Division EPA
This webinar will also be moderated by Healthy Schools Campaign’s own woman in green cleaning, Shari Solomon, an environmental health consultant who founded CleanHealth Environmental, LLC and is now heading Healthy Schools Campaign’s Green Clean Schools program.
All are invited to join the discussion by registering to participate in the webinar and submitting questions and comments in real time. There will be ample time for all participants to contribute to this panel discussion. Learn more here.
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