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Trish Ennis serves as a Senior Loss Control Consultant for Holmes Murphy in Denver, CO. Ennis has varying expertise in many different areas including but not limited to: construction, multifamily/property management, and health care, as well as zoo and animal management. Ennis’s variety of expertise provides a unique outlook in her role as an Advisor for SafetyStratus.
Prior to Holmes Murphy, Ennis worked for Willis of Colorado for four years with a previous 14 years of experience in the insurance industry. Before earning her Masters of Science in Organization Leadership from Regis University, Ennis received her Bachelor’s Degree from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington.
She has received many honors and awards including: Charles V Culbertson Outstanding Volunteer Leadership 2007-2008, and the S.J. David M Clark Innovative Leadership Award (Regis University) 2012. Ennis served 10 years on the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) Board of Directors.
As an active member of the community, Ennis is a Commissioner of the City of Wheat Ridge Parks and Recreation Commission. Ennis is a professional member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), the American Association of Zoo Keepers (AAZK), and the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA). She is married to Charlie Walker and they have two sons: Jordan and Joshua. In her free time, Ennis enjoys running, botanical illustrating, traveling, and reading.
Curtis has over 10 years of programming and product management experience and is focused on design and deployment of SaaS/Cloud platforms. He specializes in database design and development utilizing PostgreSQL, and Oracle. He was previously a software developer for the Physician’s Computer Company, and lead developer of EHS applications at Cornell. Curtis holds a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Vermont, and a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Cornell.
Curtis grew up in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and is an avid skier and snowboarder. After college he briefly apprenticed as a Thai chef and has become quite skilled in Asian cuisine. He is also a self-proclaimed foodie, and is charged with finding the SafetyStratus team culinary excellence during team travels.
Allen primarily focuses on web application development for the SafetyStratus team. His experience encompasses Coldfusion, PHP, ASP.NET, and SQL languages and servers (PostgreSQL, MS SQL Server, MySQL).
Originally from Hopkinsville, Kentucky, Allen came to SafetyStratus by way of Los Angeles where he received a degree in Computer Science from Los Angeles Valley College. During his time in Los Angeles, he also spent time working as an electrician and gaffer for film productions and wrote several screenplays.
Tom Proulx (Board Director)
Tom was the co-founder of Intuit, a company he started in his Stanford dorm room and built into one of the world’s leading software companies. During Tom’s eleven years at Intuit he wrote the original Quicken software, he was a prime mover behind its successful merger with TurboTax and was a senior leader of the company through to its successful IPO. He was named ‘Entrepreneur of the Year’ by Inc. Magazine in 1992. Tom earned his degree in EE/CS from Stanford University.
John is a nationally recognized expert in the OSHA inspection and litigation process, policies, and procedures. After 32 years at OSHA, he retired in January, 2006 as Area Director of the OSHA office in Albany.
He is a noted authority in the OSHA Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) and has ushered numerous companies into this recognition program as “STARS.” John has consulted with several organizations including General Electric, Northrop Grumman, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, and the U.S. Postal Service.
John holds a master’s degree in Occupational Safety & Health Management from New York University along with a bachelor’s in Marine Transportation from the State University of New York Maritime College. To learn more about John and his North Start Consulting firm, connect with him on LinkedIn.
Greg brings nearly 10 years of experience as an environmental health and safety professional to the SafetyStratus team. At the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, Greg supported construction, industrial and research projects by employing innovative methods for sharing knowledge and information with staff from all corners of the site. Later, at Columbia University, Greg continued to focus on ways to infuse environmental health and safety programs with modern technologies, while overseeing research safety personnel and activities. With SafetyStratus, Greg is focused on making technology applications work seamlessly in support of the environmental health and safety needs of any user, in any industry.
Greg is originally from Holmdel, New Jersey, and has called the New York City area home for many years. Greg holds a Bachelor of Science in Safety Science from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, a Master of Public Health in Environmental and Occupational Health from Hunter College. and is a Certified Safety Professional. Away from work, Greg enjoys keeping up with the weather and is always tracking the next big storm. He also holds a commercial pilot license, which he only puts to use during calm, boring, and above all else, safe weather.
Mr. Lyons is a safety professional living in Warwick, New York. With a strong background in construction safety and industrial hygiene, he focuses on reducing or eliminating risk through proper planning, implementation of best practices and lessons learned at the project level with a focus on driving from risk management to risk elimination.
In 2001, Mr. Lyons was awarded the IRMI Gary E. Bird Horizon Award for his efforts in implementing the OSHA Voluntary Protection Program on the first construction project in the state of New York. He has presented at the IRMI Construction Risk Conference and is often found heading up a table at the Construction Café.
Ralph Stuart is a Certified Industrial Hygienist and is the Chemical Hygiene Officer. He has managed laboratory health and safety programs at Cornell and at the University of Vermont.
He is currently the secretary of the Division of Chemical Health and Safety of the American Chemical Society. He has previously served as the CHAS program chair, the president of the Campus Consortium for Environmental Excellence and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Chemical Health and Safety. He has received the DCHAS Fawcett Award, the DCHAS Tillmans Skolnick award and been named to the CSHEMA Hall of Fame.
Ralph holds a bachelor’s degree in Geology from Cornell University and a master’s in Environmental Engineering from The University of Vermont.
Aditya began his career in research and development of nanomaterials for applications in ‘plastic’ solar cells and advanced composites. He subsequently consulted companies such as Intel, Micron, and others to improve high energy processes for semiconductor device fabrication. Aditya has also advised companies on over $30B of Mergers & Acquisitions transactions as an Associate in Ernst & Young’s M&A transactions group.
His research work, and software products have been featured by the MRS, ACS, Nature magazine, Apple’s App Store, TechCrunch, Stanford Daily and several other leading publications. He holds a Bachelors and Masters Degrees in Chemical Engineering and an MBA from Cornell. Adi stays centered on all things SafetyStratus by listening to post rock every morning. On a nice day, he enjoys a game of golf with friends.