Join EPA for a webinar sponsored by the Healthy Schools Campaign. Register here.
What are the unique challenges facing women in the cleaning industry? What are some of the ways women can help mentor and support each other to help grow the green cleaning movement? Let’s take a look at these questions—and more—in this important discussion with some of Healthy Schools Campaign’s strongest champions.
Women in Green Cleaning panelists include:
• Kim Thomas, Executive Director of Plant Services and Custodial Operations at Clarke County School District in Georgia. Kim is a long-standing champion of the IAQ Tools for Schools program. To hear more about her stellar program, be sure to view the EPA IAQ Master Class webinar “Creating Healthy Indoor Environments in Schools: The Knowledge Network and Actions You Need.” Click on this link to view this webinar and all of our webinars on-demand: www.epa.gov/iaq-schools/indoor-air-quality-master-class-webinar-series-calendar#register.
• Shawna Cragun, Director of Custodial Services at Davis School District in Utah. Meet Shawna on this webinar, then dive into the details of her program on Thursday, June 22, during EPA’s IAQ Knowledge-to-Action webinar “Green Cleaning for Improved Health: The Return on Investment of Green Cleaning in Schools.”
• Diana Stewart, President of Envirox. Diana will provide insight into Envirox’s commitment to supporting student health and wellness through safer, healthier cleaning technology.