Dr. Nancy Wayne

Scientist, Educator & Speaker


Email: WomenAdvancingTogether@gmail.com

Phone: 310-794-1159

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3 comments on “Contact

  1. Cynthia Grutzik
    May 20, 2017

    Hello Dr. Wayne,
    I’m an Associate Dean in the College of Education at Long Beach State, and I heard about your from my friend Andrea Hevener. She speaks highly of your work, and I’ve read through your website as well.
    Would you be interested and available to hold a a workshop for Associate Deans and Deans at CSULB this June or July? We Associate Deans in particular are a very tight collegial team, composed of men and women from each college (about 12 of us). I would include the deans as well, so it would be a group of about 20. I have some professional development funds that I would rather use this way, learning with my colleagues, than in attending a conference.
    Are you available in June or July?
    Would you please send me some information about your availability and fee?
    Thank you,
    Cynthia Grutzik
    (323) 256-9698

  2. Jenine White
    June 27, 2017

    Hi Nancy,
    I just left you a voice mail message as I am following up on the BPA Replacement not safe; the article that you published int the Taste for Life on June 2016. It has taken me a while to get back to you since I do so much research that I clutter myself with too much information. It only makes sense that they would not clear the slate & replace BPA with another toxin just as they do in the food labeling scramble. My main question to you Is I purchased over 25 years ago a complete Rubber Maid set for refrigeration-storing food. I contacted Rubber Maid they said my tubs were made before they put BPA into packaging; is that possible?
    So do I donate these containers to the art class to store non food materials or dispose all together & does this BPA or plastic keep putting off a gas into the environment with all plastics.
    Thank you .

    • nwayne2014
      June 27, 2017

      It’s very possible that your plastic tubs do not contain BPA. But, the plastic is old and may be leaching other chemicals. It’s a wonderful idea to donate them to a class that could use them to store non-food materials. You could replace with glass storage containers (Pyrex makes a nice assortment).

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