Genentech, Program Manager, Environment, Health and Safety Department
San Francisco, California
Tse-Sung has a longstanding interest in helping corporations reduce their ecological footprint by improving decision making and promoting innovation to minimize or eliminate environmental impact. In addition to managing programs to ensure compliance with environmental regulations, he is leading efforts to develop a green chemistry and green biopharma practice at Genentech, the biopharmaceutical company based in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he’s been for over 10 years.
In 2009, Tse-Sung volunteered with a small eco-lodge in Southeast Asia, helping it receive the green tourism certification GreenGlobe21, making it the second establishment to do so in Laos.
Prior to Genentech, he worked briefly with the Environmental Strategies and Technologies group at Apple, and was Co-Director of the Consortium for Green Design and Manufacturing at UC Berkeley. Tse-Sung earned his PhD in Engineering and Public Policy and Civil and Environmental Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 1997.
Tse-Sung is leading GreenBioPharma at Genentech, a successful effort to reduce costs and benefit the environment in the research and development of medicines, February 2013
Updated February 2013.
Expertise: Renewable Technologies, Urban
Geography: North America, United States, West, USA