Our board members are occupational health and hygiene professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We are passionate about workplace health and safety and occupational justice in the US and abroad. We hope you’ll join us in making a more healthy and empowered workforce.
David Goldsmith, PhD, MSPH
Dr. Goldsmith is an Occupational and Environmental Epidemiologist Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at George Washington University. He has over 30 years’ experience in occupational, environmental, and public health.
Tuan Nguyen, MBA, CIH, CSP, ARM
Tuan has over twenty years of experience as an industrial hygiene consultant for the largest workers’ compensation insurance company in California for policyholders in high hazard industries. He is the current AIHA ambassador to Vietnam and co-founder and director of the Vietnamese Industrial Hygiene Association.
Audrey Cunningham, MS, PE, CSP, CIH
Initially an engineer, Audrey started her occupational health and safety career at IBM where she led an IBM Global Industrial Hygiene Technical Advisory Committee tasked with developing Global IBM Health and Safety Standards. She retired from IBM and went on to manage EH&S for a Kaiser Permanente Hospital. She is currently retired and enjoys traveling, family, skiing, rock music, and visiting Paris.
Bert Schiller, CIH
Bert is currently the principle consultant for Bert Schiller & Associates, Inc. based in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Prior to this, he worked for Michigan OSHA for 5 years and for Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company for 12 years both in Michigan and California. He attended the University of Michigan where he received a BSE in Industrial Engineering. He is also an adjunct instructor at U-M for their graduate program in Industrial Hygiene.
Mary O’Reilly, PhD, CIH, CPE
Past President, Founding Member
Mary has served on the boards of the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) and the American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH), the ANSI Z10 committee and chaired the AIHA Risk Assessment and Ergonomics Committees. She is a Fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association and is currently teaching, consulting and serving on the board of Workplace Health Without Borders (WHWB) and past president of WHWB-US.
Albert Tien, PhD
After completing his doctoral studies in microbial physiology of pollutant degrading communities and his post-doctoral training in environmental biotechnology, Albert chaired the Scientific Information Exchange Forum (SIEF) for Portland Cement Flue Dust in compliance with the European Union’s Registration, Evaluation, Assessment of Chemicals (REACH) legislation and supervised toxicological assessment studies. He is currently a sustainable development consultant and serves as a township zoning commissioner as well as the out-going president of WHWB-US.
Bernard Fontaine Jr., MSc, CIH, CSP, FAIHA
Mr. Fontaine is a Managing Partner with the Windsor Consulting Group, Inc. He has over 38 years professional and business experience in regulatory compliance, insurance, national defense, environmental services, and consulting. He received his Master of Science degree in Industrial Hygiene from the University of Oklahoma. Mr. Fontaine is currently Managing Partner of The Windsor Consulting Group, Inc., a Certified Industrial Hygienist, Certified Safety Professional, Distinguished Lecturer and AIHA Fellow.
Jennifer Galvin, PhD, DABT, CIH
After completing her doctoral studies in pulmonary immunology at the Inhalation Toxicology Research Institute (now Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute) Jennifer completed post-doctoral training in Biochemistry at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. Jennifer worked for the US OSHA performing regulatory occupational health audits prior to working with the oil and gas industry. Jennifer became board certified in Toxicology and later in Industrial Hygiene. She is currently retired and serving on the OARS WEEL Committee, as a member of WHWB International, and is a board member of WHWB-US.
Gayle is the Quality Assurance Manager with Columbia Technologies. She oversees ISO/IEC 17025 compliant Quality Management System for mobile laboratories and ensures their continued certifications such as National Environmental Laboratory Conference (NELAC) and various state certifications (e.g. Florida, Virginia, North Carolina). Prior to her current position she spent 35 years working with the US Navy most of which involved managing a variety of Industrial Hygiene and Medical programs both domestic and worldwide. She has been the recipient of a number of awards during her navel career.
Richard Hirsh, MPH, CIH, FAIHA
Richard is the Director for Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) at Nektar Therapeutics. He is an AIHA Fellow, board member of the California Industrial Hygiene Council, member of the IOHA 2018 Conference International Scientific Committee, and Past President of the Northern California Section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association. He is the founder and chair of the Developing World Outreach Initiative, past-chair of the AIHA International Affairs Committee, and past-chair of the planning committees for the AIHA Asia-Pacific Conferences in 2013 (Singapore) and 2014 (Malaysia).
Eugene Satrun, CIH, CSP, FAIHA
Eugene has over 37 years’ experience in Industrial Hygiene including work in South and Central America, Saudi Arabia, Africa, and Europe in addition to the US. He is Past Chair of the AIHA Construction Committee and Past President of AIHA and ASSE Chicago area local sections. Other volunteer activities include serving as Assistant Chief for the Will County HazMat team, part of the local Emergency Management Agency. Interests include mentoring new IHs in developing countries as well as in the US, teaching Motorcycle Safety, and First Aid CPR instruction. He is the webmaster for the WHWB-US website in addition to websites for 3 other volunteer groups.
Stephanie Sayler, MS, CIH
Stephanie Sayler is a PhD student in the University of Michigan’s Department of Environmental Health Sciences. She is a CAOHC-certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist, Certified Industrial Hygienist, Certified Instructional Trainer, and has a Master of Science degree in Industrial Hygiene from the University of Michigan. Stephanie has been a member of the WHWB-US since 2015 and has served on the Communications Committee since 2016. Along with her research, she also serves as an Environmental Health Officer (Lieutenant) with the US Navy Reserve.