Managing Toxicologist, NSF International
Nancy Linde is a toxicologist with 17 years of experience in chemical based risk assessment. Her current title is Managing Toxicologist for the Green Chemistry and Sustainability Programs at NSF International in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Nancy manages a team of toxicologists that performs chemical based hazard assessments for NSF Sustainability standards, EPA’s Safer Choice Program, Health Product Declarations (HPDs), and other alternatives assessment paradigms. She has personally developed hazard and risk assessments for hundreds of organic and inorganic chemicals, including nanomaterials, for use in industrial cleaning products, personal care products, foods, drinking water treatment chemicals, paints, firefighting foams, deicers, lubricants and numerous consumer products. She has a keen interest in computational toxicology and modeling to fill data gaps. Nancy currently serves on the technical advisory committee for Clean Production Action’s GreenScreen, the advisory board for the University of Toledo School of Green Chemistry and Engineering, and Technical workgroup for the HPD Collaborative. She has conducted numerous trainings for the GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals™ program including the Introductory and Advanced Practitioner courses. She earned a Master of Science in environmental health from the University of Michigan in 1998, and is a member of the Society of Toxicology and Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry.