Todd Gleason Joins NSF’s Board of Directors
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – NSF, a leading global public health and safety organization, today announced the appointment of Todd Gleason to its Board of Directors. Gleason brings over 20 years of strategic management and executive experience in industrial business sectors to NSF’s board.
“We are pleased to welcome Todd Gleason to NSF’s Board of Directors,” said Pedro Sancha, President and CEO, NSF. “Gleason’s adept understanding and expertise directly support NSF’s mission to improve human and planet health and will strengthen our growth and innovation efforts across key industries.”
Gleason currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of CECO Environmental, an industrial company providing engineered systems and solutions to the air, water, and energy markets. His background includes leadership positions, functional roles, operational roles, and board service at leading diversified organizations, including Honeywell International, Trane Technologies, and Pentair. He has also served as a management consultant.
“Testing, inspection, and certification are more important than ever before, as businesses and consumers prioritize the health of our planet and its citizens,” said Gleason. “NSF is making a mark globally by leveraging the power of technology to increase transparency and security throughout the supply chain. I am honored to join the NSF Board of Directors at such an exciting time in the organization’s history.”
Gleason has a Six Sigma Black Belt and has completed numerous process improvement programs in the LEAN Enterprise. He earned his Master's in Management and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon University and an undergraduate degree in History and International Relations from Wesleyan University.
NSF is an independent, global services organization dedicated to improving human and planet health by facilitating standards development and providing world-class testing, inspection, certification, advisory services, and digital solutions to the food, water, health sciences, and consumer goods industries. NSF operates in 180 countries and is a World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center on Food Safety, Water Quality, and Medical Device Safety.