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Charlene Wall-Warren

Sustainability Leader, BASF North America, USA

Charlene Wall-Warren leads sustainability programs for BASF in North America.  Her role includes identifying new opportunities to communicate about and apply BASF's sustainability management systems, measurement tools and product innovations. 

Prior to this position, she led a company-wide team pursuing applications for environmentally sound packaging technologies that combine environmental and economic benefits with enhanced shelf-appeal. 

In 2001 Charlene launched BASF's North American Eco-efficiency Analysis program, bringing sustainability measurement and optimization tools to BASF businesses and customers in this region.  She is a Board Member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), and from 2006 to 2008 was the Inaugural Chair for AIChE's Center for Sustainable Technology Practices.  In addition, Charlene leads BASF's contributions to the Sustainability Consortium, a coalition of companies developing a universal system of sustainability measurement for consumer products.

After graduating with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Drexel University in 1992, she spent the first ten years of her career as a process and project engineer -- designing BASF manufacturing facilities.

Charlene, her husband and son live in Orange County, New York.