By Alexander Landa

With the Healthy Materials Summit 2016 coming up soon, it's time to get to know the speakers. This professional gathering event held at Google's Kendall Square HQ in Cambridge, MA, covers all grounds for understanding healthy materials in the construction process, and why you should care about it. The ultimate goal of the Healthy Materials Summit is to bring the issues relating to building materials into light, in hopes to inspire commercial leaders, designers, and builders, and manufacturers and product vendors to increase their supply and demand of transparent, healthy building materials and products.

Doug Brown is a member of BASF’s North American management team for sustainable development and serves as Business Strategy & Implementation Manager. In his role, Brown is a subject matter expert on sustainability to BASF, serving as the primary intermediary for 12 operating divisions with annual revenue of $19 billion across several industries including; Transportation, Agricultural, Consumer goods, Construction and Packaging. Brown consults with business management teams, providing guidance, expertise and developing tools that to help BASF businesses assess how effectively they leverage sustainability with emphasis on Customer engagement, Innovation & portfolio management, and Commercialization of Technology Developments. He joined BASF in 1997 and has served in various Sales & Marketing leadership roles throughout his career with significant expertise in the construction industry. Brown currently serves on the USGBC HealthBuild Advisory Council and the Board of Directors for the Sustainable Building Industries Council.

It isn't too late to register for the Healthy Materials Summit 2016! You can find more info here.

Wednesday, October 26th, 2016
8:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Google Cambridge Headquarters
5 Cambridge Center
Cambridge, MA, 02142

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