Sarah Brozena

Senior Director, Regulatory and Technical Affairs
American Chemistry Council

Ms. Brozena is senior director in the Regulatory and Technical Affairs department at the American Chemistry Council (ACC). In that capacity, she leads ACC’s Health and Products and Science Policy Committee’s advocacy on health and chemical regulatory issues affecting ACC member companies. Ms. Brozena started at ACC in 1987, working on environmental matters as an attorney on the Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, and groundwater issues. In 1996, she shifted her focus to the legal, policy, and regulatory implications of health issues affecting the chemical industry, working on the endocrine disruption issue in the context of Congress’s passage of the Food Quality Protection Act. Her portfolio has expanded to include other emerging health issues affecting the chemical industry, including children’s health issues, biomonitoring, health tracking, and most recently science policy and chemical regulatory issues, such as a TSCA framework. Ms. Brozena earned her J.D. from George Washington University and is admitted to the bars of the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia.