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Highlights from NAEM's 2016 EHS Management Forum
Tuesday November 1, 2016
6:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Location: Cambridge Innovation Center - Venture Cafe, 1 Broadway , 5th Foor, Cambridge, MA 02142 (Google Maps)
BASG and the National Association for Environmental Management (NAEM) partner to bring you highlights from NAEM's 2016 EHS Management Forum being held in Denver in late October. NAEM’s EHS Management Forum is the largest annual gathering for environment, health and safety (EHS) and sustainability decision-makers. For 24 years, NAEM's annual conference has been the premiere event dedicated to best practice-sharing for those developing and integrating strategic environmental, health and safety programs within companies. Join Johanna Jobin and Frank Marino as they bring fresh content from Denver to share with us live here in Cambridge.
- Johanna Jobin, Director, Global EHS & Sustainability; Biogen Inc.
- Frank Marino, Corporate EHS Manager; The Raytheon Co.
Please contact Johanna Jobin, President of NAEM's New England Chapter at email@example.com
Thanks to our host, Cambridge Innovation Center
Johanna Jobin, Director, Global EHS & Sustainability at Biogen. Johanna works to promote the company’s culture and vision on corporate citizenship by helping to implement global sustainability programs and initiatives, such as energy improvements to waste reductions, as well as driving employee and stakeholder engagement. She is also responsible for the corporate citizenship reporting and carbon neutrality strategy.
As the former Head of Corporate Responsibility & Community Affairs of EMD Millipore, the life science business of Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany, Ms. Jobin led their corporate responsibility efforts, including the vision and strategic direction for environmental and social responsibility. Her responsibilities centered around strengthening the organization’s business performance by embedding sustainability into key business practices and overall culture. Key programs she managed and supported included greenhouse gas management and energy, Design for Sustainability, community engagement, and access to health and shared value initiatives.
She received her Master of Environmental Management degree, with a certificate in Energy and Environment, from Duke University and is also an ISO 14001 trained auditor.
She is involved in a number of sustainability related organizations, and is currently a Board member of the National Association for EHS & Sustainability Management (NAEM), Board member of the USGBC Massachusetts Chapter, Co-Chair of the Association Industries of Massachusetts (AIM) Sustainability Roundtable, and on the Advisory Board for the Center for Sustainability in Business at WPI and Advisory Committee Member for the Massachusetts Maritime Academy, Marine Safety and Environmental Protection. She also serves on the City of Cambridge Climate Protection Action Committee and is a Board member of “e” inc., an organization focused on environmental and STEM education for children.
Frank Marino is a Senior Corporate Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability Manager at Raytheon Company, where he works on a variety of EHSS challenges including auditing, corporate social responsibility reporting, sustainability, injury prevention, OSHA VPP, zero waste, installing electric vehicle charging stations, and enterprise e-waste management.
He has more than 30 years of experience in industrial EHS management, including auditing manufacturing plants in a variety of settings including computers, appliances, military hardware and aircraft. Frank co-leads Raytheon’s Environmental and Sustainability Teams and he is a Zero Waste Business Associate with the USZWBC.
Frank holds a master's degree in environmental engineering from the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.