Pamela Greenley, CIH

EHS Director , Draper Labs


Ms. Greenley received a degree in Chemical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and Master of Science degrees in Chemical Engineering and Industrial Hygiene from the University of Michigan. Pam is a Certified Industrial Hygienist.  Pam is currently the EHS Director at Draper Labs in Cambridge.  Prior to Draper she served for many years as the Associate Director of the MIT EHS Office.  She worked on designing hundreds of MIT labs , including her final project there MIT.nano, the largest academic clean room currently operating. She was first author and published in the peer-reviewed journal, Applied Occupational and Environmental Health, on a Howard Hughes sponsored study on ASHRAE 110 testing of in-use laboratory hoods to determine the primary cause of poor hood performance. She has presented at both the local and national level of AIHA on numerous topics related to laboratory ventilation, LEED certification and green labs, and EHS management systems. Pam taught an AIHA PDC course for several years on laboratory ventilation and has been teaching at the Eagleson Institute since the early 90's.