Project Manager, Washington, D.C.
Area of Expertise: Sustainable consumer products, safer chemistry
Alissa focuses on reducing human exposure to toxic chemicals in consumer products, including food, apparel, and personal care products. She works with companies and their supply chains to promote effective business solutions to protect consumer health. Alissa has worked in close collaboration with Walmart on the implementation of their successful Sustainable Chemistry Commitment. She also supports EDF’s initiative Behind the Label: a Blueprint for Safer Chemicals in the Marketplace that lays out guidance for retailers and brand manufacturers to implement safer product strategies.
Posts by this author
Safer production innovation: a conversation with ChemFORWARD
EDF and ChemFORWARD, speak to this exciting initiative to create actionable chemical hazard data.
Chemical exposure webinar
This webinar explores what exposure means. What are the current practices for exposure assessment? What makes for leadership evaluation of exposure?
Consumer trust is falling. Here’s how companies can earn it back.
Environmentally-conscious shoppers are expected to spend up to $150 billion on sustainable products by 2021.
Can top retailers make safer chemicals commitments tangible for consumers?
New report ranks retailer action on the removal of toxic chemicals from products.