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Dr. Timothy McAuley Recognized by Worldwide Branding for Excellence in Air Quality and Human Health Risk Assessment

Author: on November 6th, 2015
Topic: Uncategorized

Dr. McAuley is a globally regarded air quality, human health exposure and risk assessment professional who consults for communities around the world

Queensbury, NY, October 12, 2015, Dr. Timothy McAuley has been recognized by Worldwide Branding for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in air quality and human health exposure and risk assessment.

A world-renowned air quality, human health exposure and risk assessment expert, Dr. McAuley has demonstrated an expertise in the areas of environmental consulting and research sustainability for 12 years. In his career, he has achieved several commendations for his work and contributions to environmental risk assessment, public health, and global climate change. Additionally, Dr. McAuley from his work has been elected to many high level positions, boards, and committees responsible for driving national policy and regulating air quality and human health. Agencies to which Dr. McAuley does and has participated include, USEPA, American Health Association, National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, National Academy of Science, and a variety of domestic committees. In addition, Dr. McAuley, Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Office, CHANGE, manages his company’s global operations and network extending in over 40 countries, including participating and working on various environmental projects domestically and internationally. As a result of these outstanding leadership qualities and contributions to our world for protecting our environment and public health, it is our honor to recognize Dr. McAuley as VIP Professional of the Year by Worldwide Branding.

Dr. McAuley’s expertise is backed by an extensive educational background in various natural science fields. He holds a Ph.D. in environmental science and engineering from Clarkson University, a Master of Science in chemistry and molecular chemistry, and a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from The College of Saint Rose.

To learn more, visit www.airqualitychange.com.