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President Trump appoints Bruce Walker as Senior Advisor to US Chemical Safety Board

03 December 2020

Bruce Walker has been appointed to a Senior Advisor post at the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB), where he will work in policy and outreach in support of Chairman Katherine Lemos. Walker has previously served in various roles within the aerospace and defence industry, including as Vice President of Northrop Grumman.

In his new role, based in the Washington, D.C. headquarters, Walker will be chiefly involved in interfacing with stakeholders on the Hill and in the community, and improving the flexibility of interagency interactions around multi-jurisdictional incidents, the CSB said on its website.

During Walker’s time within the aerospace and defence industry, he had a major focus on government relations and homeland security. Walker holds a B.S. in Chemistry and Mathematics from American University, and received a scholarship from the American Chemical Society for his contributions to the field of plume and hazard analytics.

“I’m excited to answer the call to serve,” said Walker. “Safe operations of the facilities and industries within CSB’s purview are critical to the safety of people and the environment.”

Chairman Lemos added “We are fortunate to have Bruce Walker join the CSB. He brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and relationships directly relevant to the CSB’s mission.”


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