About the Expert
Lisa Greenwood is a lecturer in Environmental, Health and Safety Management at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), with over 20 years of experience in environmental and occupational health and safety management. Her teaching and research interests include EHS management, environmental sustainability, corporate social responsibility, consensus-based standards development, and thinking in systems.
Prior to joining the faculty at RIT, Lisa worked as an environmental engineer, environmental, health and safety assurance auditor, and international EHS standards specialist in the aerospace sector.
She holds a B.S. in Environmental Management, an M.S. in Environmental Engineering, and is a doctoral candidate in Environmental and Natural Resource Policy.
Lisa became involved in environmental and occupational health and safety management systems standards in 1997 as a means for a proactive, preventive, and holistic approach to EHS management. She has assisted over 50 industrial, administrative, and academic sites with implementation of ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, R2, and E-Stewards.
Lisa has been actively involved in TAG 207 on environmental management systems since 1999, participated on the U.S. TAG for ISO 26000 on Social Responsibility from 2008-2010, and was a designated U.S. expert in the 2015 revisions of ISO 14001 and 14004, under ISO/TC 207 SC1.