Terri Harrison, Senior Manager Compliance and Regulatory Affairs; Apex Tool Group LLC
Terri Harrison has 20 years of experience in EHS management, product stewardship, and global regulatory affairs. She has worked a majority of her career in the specialty chemical and electronic manufacturing industries. She currently serves as the Sr. Global Product Compliance and Regulatory Affairs Manager for Apex Tool Group LLC, where she is developing a new department dedicated to product-based environmental compliance across the business.
Raymond Lizotte, Director, IT Environmental Stewardship Office; Schneider Electric SE
In his role as Director of the Schneider Electric IT Environmental Stewardship Office, Raymond Lizotte is responsible for managing the projects business processes that ensure the company's product compliance. As an Edison Expert, he manages networks of technical experts whose purpose is to address the sustainability, material and regulatory challenges that Schneider Electric will face.
Prior to his current position, Mr. Lizotte spent 15 years at Texas Instruments, where he had the opportunity to gain a wealth of experience in all sorts of environmental, health and safety areas including development of the company's process for meeting the End-of-Life Vehicles directive and management of the teams populating the automotive industry's IMDS system. In addition to his work at Schneider Electric, he is also involved in a number of governmental, NGO and trade associations that are setting the thought leadership of the environmental movement for the next decade.
Chhevi Sharma, Manager, Process Improvement and SAP Compliance Controls; Ashland Inc.
Chhevi Sharma is Global Manager of Process Improvement and Compliance Systems for Ashland Inc., where she manages Ashland’s Compliance Systems team of eight professionals who develop and deploy GLOBAL compliance solutions to meet regulatory requirements, optimize processes, improve data quality and leverage SAP integrated functionality.
During the 17 years with the company, she has also handled safety-related emergency response situations, as well as completed an implementation and certification of a management system that covers environmental, health, safety, and security (RC14001).
She began her EHS career with nongovernmental organizations, working on a re-forestation project in the villages of Rajasthan, India. Following this field work, she interned in the area of environmental education at Miami University on Project Dragonfly, a journal supported by grants from the National Science Foundation and dedicated to environmental education for children, parents, and teachers.