Hannah Alleman, PMP
Hannah Alleman is the Executive Director of Ignite Solutions. She focuses her efforts on strategic development, business development opportunities, marketing and management of Ignite Solutions. She also supports the Council for the Advancement of Pyrethroid Human Risk Assessment, LLC (CAPHRA). In addition, Hannah serves as the Executive Director of the Fragrance Science & Advocacy Council.
Prior to HCPA, Hannah worked as a Program Manager for a financial information gathering firm and with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, as a contractor, in the Office of the Chief Security Officer and the Undersecretary for Management’s Office. Hannah is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) with the Project Management Institute (PMI) and is a graduate of James Madison University with a B.A. in International Affairs.
Chris Carter works as a Program Manager for Ignite Solutions. He provides program management, financial, and operational assistances to the Pyrethroid Task Forces. Some of his groups include: the Pyrethrin Joint Venture/Steering Committee (PJV), Piperonyl Butoxide Task Force II (PBTFII), and the Bifenthrin Task Force (BTF). All of his groups are FIFRA data generating groups, and Chris ensures that these groups advance the mission of their members.
Prior to joining Ignite Solutions, Chris was a business development consultant after serving as the Director of Operations for a climate policy non-profit in Washington, DC. Chris
is a graduate of Furman University with a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy.
Emilee McCubbins works as a Program Manager for Ignite Solutions. She provides financial, program management, and operational assistances to several groups. Some of her groups include: the Acephate Task Force, ADBAC & DDAC Issues Steering Committees (ADBAC/DDAC ISCs), Efficacy Task Force (ETF), and the Quat Science Group (QSG). Some of her groups are industry initiative groups and others are FIFRA data generating groups. Emilee ensures that these groups advance the mission of their members.
Prior to joining HCPA, Emilee worked for the District of Columbia Public Schools as a special education English/Language Arts teacher. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from The College of Wooster in English and a Master of Science in Secondary Education from Johns Hopkins University.