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Kenneth A. Cook, President and Founder Environmental Working Group (EWG)
Kenneth A. Cook is president and founder of the Environmental Working Group (EWG), a computer-based, environmental watchdog group with offices in Washington, D.C., Oakland, Calif., and Seattle, Wash. Founded in 1993, EWG specializes in computer investigations into a wide range of environmental problems, including air and water pollution, pesticides, transportation, enforcement of environmental laws, and the risks toxic chemicals pose to women's health, to infants and to children.
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Philip Landrigan, M.D., M.Sc., D.I.H.
Philip Landrigan is chairman of the Department of Community and Preventative Medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York and director of Mount Sinai's Center for Children's Health and the Environment. He is a professor of pediatrics and preventative medicine, and a former senior advisor to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for Children's Health and the Environment.
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Theodore Voorhees Jr., Partner, Covington & Burling
Theodore Voorhees is a partner whose practice encompasses anti-trust counseling and litigation, with particular emphasis on importation and distributorship arrangements in the United States and abroad on behalf of domestic and overseas clients; and product liability and toxic tort counseling and litigation with particular emphasis on trade associations. Much of his work has been concentrated in the mining, chemical, food and beverage alcohol industries.
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Dr. Terry F. Yosie, Vice President, Strategic Communications, American Chemistry Council (ACC)
Dr. Terry F. Yosie has more than 20 years of senior management experience with the U.S. government, private industry, and management consulting. Since joining the American Chemistry Council (ACC) in May, 1999 he is responsible for co-leading a strategic initiative to enable the industry to enhance its reputation with key stakeholders and to integrate communication functions with business planning, advocacy, strategic science and other industry priorities.
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