Welcome Ms. Lisa Greenfield as WFI Ambassador in USA
Waterloo Filtration Institute welcomes Ms. Lisa Greenfield as WFI Ambassador in USA.
Drake University graduate and experienced educator with 20 years teaching in public schools and the Head Start and Early Head Start Early Childhood Programs. Ms. Lisa Greenfield is currently the Business Development and Marketing Manager for FilterPro USA. Lisa is a dedicated consultant for the education of others regarding the importance and impactfulness of implementing technologies to mitigate indoor air pollution. Additionally, Lisa is serving as the Fellowship Coordinator for SAFE Indoors ASAP, a nonprofit project sponsored by the Mission-Next Foundation 501(c)(3), committed to ensuring indoor air quality as a basic human right. She is focused on educating education’s decision makers on the importance and non-negotiability of quality indoor air.
Ms. Greenfield is an experienced indoor air quality expert and educator of almost two decades. She is deeply committed to creating healthier and safer shared indoor spaces. Her passion for promoting optimal indoor environments extends beyond the classroom, as she believes that all shared spaces should prioritize the health, safety, and comfort of their occupants.
At WFI, our mission is to support the growth of the global filtration industry and advance the sciences and technologies of filtration and separation processes for a clean, healthy, and sustainable world. We are excited and honored to have Ms. Lisa Greenfield as WFI Ambassador in USA. She will be an invaluable messenger and contributor as we continue to work together to promote advanced filtration and separation technologies for a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable world.
Once again, Welcome Onboard, Ms. Greenfield! Join Ms. Greenfield with leading global experts at the upcoming WFI 2023 Virtual Annual Conference, December 5-6 (WFI 2023). It will be an international leadership conference to address the critical roles of filtration and separation for healthy living, surrounding environments, and their impacts on future generations. Check the full program here.