Mark Stoler has 30 years of experience in corporate environment, health and safety management in diversified global organizations.
From 1999 until his retirement in 2012, Mark served as the Director of EHS operations at General Electric, where he developed the company’s EHS management system and oversaw implementation by its global businesses. He also initiated a nanomaterials EHS program and created a Life Cycle Assessment Center of Excellence. Mark was also on the development team for Ecomagination, GE’s commercial initiative focused on energy efficient and sustainable products. The company reduced both injuries and environmental incidents by more than 70% during his tenure, and became the #1 participant in the VPP Program.
From 1982 to 1999, Mark was at WR Grace where he was the company’s first environmental lawyer, eventually also overseeing remediation management and Grace’s EHS Service Center. He handled significant environmental issues, including those that were the subject of the book and movie, A Civil Action. By the 1990s, Grace was named “top among U.S. specialty chemical companies for following environmental laws,” by the Investor Responsibility Research Center.
Since retiring from GE, Mark has served on Gensuite’s Executive Advisory Board, a fast-growing provider of cloud- based compliance and operational excellence software, providing strategic advice to enhance service offerings for Gensuite subscribers.