|Suzanne Forsyth||Co-Chair||University of California Davis Extensionfirstname.lastname@example.org|
- B.S. in Environmental Toxicology UC Davis; MPH in Public Health UC Berkeley
- 20 years’ experience in serving pesticide regulatory officials and stakeholders at the tribal, state and federal levels
- Experience as a pesticide registration chemist, water quality specialist, and risk assessment associate bringing subject matter specificity to her work in pesticide safety education
- Currently serves as Coordinator for the Tribal Pesticide Program Council (TPPC)
- 18 years successfully managed the nationally acclaimed Pesticide Regulatory Education Program (PREP)
- In 2014 honored with Life Membership to the American Association of Pesticide Control Officials (AAPCO)
|Kaci Buhl||Co-Chair||Oregon State Universityemail@example.com|
- Oregon Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP) Coordinator
- Associate Professor of Practice in the EMT Department
- 3 years as the Western Region Director of the AAPSE
- 10 years as the Project Coordinator at the National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC)
- Worked in pesticide enforcement and incident coordination at the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA)
|Fred Berman||Advisory Board Member||Toxicology Information Center, Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences at Oregon Health & Science Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
- B.S. Microbiology Oregon State University; DVM Washington State University; PhD Toxicology OSU
- 18 years as Director, Toxicology Information Center, Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences at Oregon Health & Science University
- Co-investigator at the National Pesticide Information Center
- Consultant to the Oregon Department of Agriculture’s Pesticide Analytical and Response Center
- 10 years’ experience in veterinary clinical and emergency medical practice
|John Forsyth||Advisory Board Member||Occupational Health Services, Woodland Healthcare||John.Forsyth@DignityHealth.org|
- Practicing physician, Occupational Medicine, Woodland Healthcare, 1995 to present. Practice includes evaluating and treating pesticide exposures.
- California Medical Supervisor Program for pesticide surveillance 1995 to present
- Physician, US Navy 1986 to 1995; duties included CAW-17 flight surgeon, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard branch clinic Officer in Charge
- UCSF Occupational Medicine Residency
- St. Louis University Medical School
|Jeff Jenkins||Advisory Board Member||Environmental & Molecular Toxicology, Oregon State University||Jeffrey.email@example.com|
- B.S. Biochemistry, PhD Entomology
- Professor and Extension Specialist, Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology, Oregon State University
- Director, National Pesticide Information Center
- Former Chair AGRO Division of the American Chemical Society, President Toxicology Education Foundation, and collaborator Extension Toxicology Network (ExTOXnet)
- 40+ years working with producers, state governments, NGOs, industry, federal agencies, and international organizations concerned about the adverse impacts of chemicals.
|Ouahiba Laribi||Advisory Board Member||Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment||Ouahiba.Laribi@oehha.ca.gov|
- PhD in cell and molecular biology, University François
Rabelais of Tours, France (1998-2001)
- MPH in Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, French National
School of Public Health (EHESP)
- 10 years of experience working as a scientist in different
academic organizations in the US, Spain, France and Switzerland
- Since 2002, toxicologist at the Office of Environmental Health
Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) primarily working on the Medical Supervision
Program and Outreach on Pesticides Related Illnesses.
Environmental Justice coordinator.
|Diane Rohlman||Advisory Board Member||Occupational & Environmental Health, University of Iowafirstname.lastname@example.org|
- Associate professor in the Department of Occupational & Environmental Health in the University of Iowa’s College of Public Health where she holds the Endowed Chair in Rural Safety and Health.
- Director of the University of Iowa’s Healthier Workforce Center and Agricultural Safety and Health Training Program in the University of Iowa’s Heartland Center for Occupational Health and Safety.Research focuses on the health effects of occupational and environmental exposures, with emphasis on the increased workplace risks faced by younger employees.
- Studies have examined agricultural workers in the United States and around the world, including research on the effects of pesticide exposure on adolescents and their developing nervous system.
- Received masters and doctorate in experimental psychology from Bowling Green State University in Ohio.
|Marc Schenker||Advisory Board Member||Public Health Sciences and Medicine, University of California Davisemail@example.com|
- Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Public Health Sciences and Medicine at the UC Davis School of Medicine.
- Over 30 years of experience in medicine and public health research, teaching and public service.
- Founding director of the Davis Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, the Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety, and the Migration and Health Research Center.
- Specialty is occupational and environmental disease, with a focus on respiratory and reproductive health.
- Conducts epidemiologic research and public policy advocacy on the health of global migrant populations with a particular focus on farmworkers and occupational disease.
- Editor of the book, "Migration and Health: Research Methods Handbook."
|Jennifer Park||Project Officer||U.S. EPA, Office of Pesticide Programsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
- B.S. in Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Science, University of Michigan
- MPH in Social and Behavioral Sciences and Global Health, focus on environmental health, Yale School of Public Health
- Works and provides support to implement the Worker Protection Standard and Certification of Pesticide Applicators regulation.
- Experience conducting epidemiological research on pesticide exposure and health.
- Served as a Community Health Advisor with the U.S. Peace Corps in educating, managing programs, and spreading awareness about major health issues affecting the rural population in Zambia.
|Ana Rivera-Lupiañez||Project Officer Advisor||U.S. EPA, Office of Pesticide Programsemail@example.com|
- B.S. in Chemical Engineering UPR Mayagüez; M.S. in Environmental Management, PUPR
- 10 years’ experience working with the Federal Government
- Experience conducting human health risk assessments for the registration and safe use of pesticides
- Provides general support to the Pesticide Worker Safety Program
- Project Officer for the National Pesticide Information Center (NPIC) and the Farmworker Health and Safety Alliance Pesticide Safety Education Project (AFOP) cooperative agreements