Michael Green is Founder and Chief Executive Officer at the Center for Environmental Health (CEH). CEH is a leading advocate for comprehensive chemical policy and uses both a carrot and stick to change corporate behavior in order to eliminate toxic chemicals from our air, water, products and food. Michael has worked in Washington DC at the US Dept of Energy and US EPA, and in India where he cared for the sick at Mother Teresa’s mission in Calcutta, and designed a solid waste management plan for the Tibetan refugee community. He has been awarded the Compassion in Action Award by the Dalai Lama Foundation. Michael reports to his direct supervisors, Dylan Green, age 12 and Juliette Green age 10.