Tasha’s decade in education lends structure, clarity, and process to her professional career. She is a zealous educator who mentors youth to be their best in life. Tasha is also a mother of two.
For Child Safety Month, Tasha brings visibility to real-life examples of sanitizing in the K-12 campus environment. She explains what is currently in place that poses risks to children. Tasha will share her vision for a safer future amid the global health crisis.
Tasha holds a Master’s degree in Education and a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology.
Pioneering industries is Charles Vest’s forte. He is currently educating the world on the benefits of alcohol-free sanitizing solutions, as a result of the FDA’s ongoing alcohol-based sanitizer product recall for contamination; the recall has resulted in injury and death.
Charles is currently the Director of Sanitization Services at GlanHealth providing safe, nontoxic, alcohol-free products and services to restaurants, schools, hospitality, mortgage, real estate, recovery centers, and more in the United States and around the world.
For Child Safety Month, Charles will explain what in the world is going wrong with alcohol-based sanitizers and what created a global product recall resulting in injury and death. Charles will expose these significant risks to children along with safer alcohol-free alternatives that feature an FDA-approved active ingredient and EPA listed ingredients in sanitizers.
As a little girl, Jessica Chandler would read encyclopedias just for the science.
For more than 22 years, she held the position of President of SLR Research, an auto-immune research and diagnostics sales company in Carlsbad, California.
Jessica established industry standards that furthered the auto-immune research for clients including Quest Diagnostics, Abbott, Siemens, Toshiba, and the National Institutes of Health. She remains on staff as a Consultant.
For Child Safety Month, Jessica is shedding light on the medical research data points that expose alcohol-based sanitizing as a severe risk to children at home and at school.
As a veteran journalist and community awareness show host, Drew Schlosberg’s passion for literacy, education, and community outreach are his life’s work.
For Child Safety Month, Drew will host an insightful discussion on sanitizing safety with panel experts who expose the truth about child safety and sanitizers at home and at school.
Drew holds Master’s degrees in Communications and Coursework and a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism. His accolades include Literacy Hall of Fame and Outstanding Leadership and Service Awards.