Brett C. Singer – LBNL
Dr. Singer is the Leader of the Indoor Environment Group and co-leader of Indoor Air Quality research in the Residential Building Systems Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
A major focus of Dr. Singer’s work over the past decade has been the study of environmental quality and risk reduction in high performance homes. The goal of this research is to accelerate the adoption of IAQ, comfort, durability and sustainability measures into new homes and retrofits of existing homes.
Tonya Winders – Allergy and Asthma Network
Tonya Winders is currently the President and Chief Executive Officer of Allergy & Asthma Network, the leading patient advocacy organization dedicated to ending suffering due to asthma, allergies and related conditions. Tonya has over 17 years experience in leadership roles within the allergy and asthma industry and has worked tirelessly to ensure patients have access to effective diagnostic, treatment, and educational tools. Tonya is the mother of five teenagers, four of whom have allergies and/or asthma.
Bev Stewart – American Lung Association
Bev is the Vice President of Health Initiatives at the American Lung Association in the Pacific – Mountain region. She works at national, regional and local levels to improve lung health by developing and executing impactful programs. She is passionate about raising awareness of pollutants in the home and improving the air we breathe through education and simple actions.
Shelly Miller – University of Colorado
- Dr. Miller is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder and recipient of an Environmental Achievement Award from the Environmental Protection Agency. Her research includes indoor air quality, air pollution control technologies, urban air quality, and bioaerosols. A recent area of emphasis for her work has been assessing the impact of home energy efficiency retrofits on occupant health, indoor air quality in high performance homes, and community impacts of industrial pollutants.