U.S. EPA Administrator Statewide Health Webinar

Tallahassee, FL

13 May 2020

13 May 2020

U.S. EPA Administrator Statewide Health Webinar

We are now in Phase I of relaunching Florida’s economy. As most of Florida moves through this process, it is important to continue to put health and safety first. This includes closely following common-sense guidelines made available to assist in preventing a resurgence of COVID-19.

Join the Florida Chamber of Commerce and the Florida Chamber Safety Council on Wednesday, May 13 from 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. EDT for an important webinar featuring U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler and Katie Yeutter, Chief Strategy & New Ventures Officer and President of Safety Services for the Florida Chamber of Commerce. This discussion will center around the latest guidelines businesses and families should follow when cleaning and disinfecting in the workplace and at home. We hope you can join us for this timely discussion.

To help ensure your questions are addressed during this webinar, please answer our brief survey which is included as part of the registration process.

In the meantime, thanks for everything you are doing to keep Florida safe. The Florida Chamber will do everything we can to ensure we emerge from this downturn even stronger than before.

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler. On February 28, 2019, the U.S. Senate confirmed Andrew Wheeler as the 15th Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. President Donald J. Trump has announced his appointment as the Acting EPA Administrator on July 5, 2018. Mr. Wheeler had previously been confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the EPA Deputy Administrator on April 12, 2018. Mr. Wheeler has dedicated his career to advancing sound environmental policies. He began his career during the George H. W. Bush Administration as a Special Assistant in EPA’s Pollution Prevention and Toxics office. He was a Principal and the team leader of the Energy and Environment Practice Group at FaegreBD Consulting, as well as Counsel at Faegre Baker Daniels law firm, where he practiced since 2009. He also served as the Co-chair of the Energy and Natural Resources Industry team across the entire firm. Prior to his work with the firm, Mr. Wheeler served for six years as the Majority Staff Director and Chief Counsel, as well as the Minority Staff Director, of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. Before his time as the full Senate EPW Committee, Mr. Wheeler served in a similar capacity for six years for the Subcommittee on Clean Air, Climate Change, Wetlands and Nuclear Safety.
Mr. Wheeler is the past Chairman of the National Energy Resource Organization (NERO) and a Stennis Fellow. Mr. Wheeler is also an Eagle Scout. Mr. Wheeler is from Fairfield, Ohio. He completed his law degree at Washington University in St. Louis, his MBA at George Mason University, and his undergraduate work at Case Western Reserve University in English and Biology.

Mark Wilson serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Florida Chamber of Commerce. Additionally, he serves as Chair of the National Council of State Chambers, and on the Board of Directors of the Florida Association of Chamber Professionals, Enterprise Florida, Leadership Florida, the Florida Chamber of Commerce, the Florida Chamber Foundation, and is an active member of the U.S. Chamber’s Committee of 100.

Katie Yeutter serves as Chief Strategy & New Ventures Officer and President of Safety Services for the Florida Chamber of Commerce, where her focus is on integrating initiatives from the six-year Strategic Plan into existing priorities, programs, and entities to ensure seamless execution, while maintaining brand integrity. This includes launching of a statewide Safety Council, with elements such as a comprehensive study of Florida’s current safety status, private and public organizational safety training programs, as statewide annual safety conference, expansion of The Institute for a Safer Florida, and development of a Safety Advisory Board. Katie is also a member of the National Safety Council and Council of State Chambers.

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