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  • 21 Jul 2021

Michelman hires regulatory, environmental, health and safety experts

(L-R) Jon Hunter, Michelman’s new director, Global Environmental Health and Safety and Sonia Razzaque, the new vice president of Regulatory Compliance and Product Stewardship

Michelman has hired two new associates to lead Environmental, Health and Safety (EH&S) and Regulatory Compliance and Product Stewardship. The company prioritizes the safety and well-being of its global associates and advocates for and anticipates the impact of regulatory policy changes on its stakeholders.

Jon Hunter is Michelman’s new director, Global Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S), responsible for global EH&S strategic leadership, oversight and team development. Hunter has recently been at Harsco as North American EH&S director and global environmental director. He has over 20 years of experience leading and managing EH&S at Harsco, Eaton Corporation, Honeywell and Delphi.  
Sonia Razzaque has been tapped as the new vice president of Regulatory Compliance and Product Stewardship. She will lead the company’s global Regulatory team to assure integration between product regulatory compliance, product stewardship, product management, and supply chain. She joins Michelman from Celanese, where she was the senior director Global Product Stewardship. Sonia has spent most of her more than 20 year career in regulatory compliance and product stewardship, including leadership roles at Nexeo, Huntsman, Americas Styrenics and The Dow Chemical Company.   
Jason Wise, Michelman’s chief financial and risk officer, said: ‘Our industry’s acceleration in safety, environmental, and product regulations continues to create a level of uncertainty throughout the entire value chain. Jon and Sonia will lead our global teams to anticipate these changes and understand their impact on our associates, customers, suppliers, and other stakeholders. We’re privileged and excited to welcome them to the Michelman team.’


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