s-davisBack to Elections Page

Region VIII: Metro Area Director Candidate


Shaundree Davis, MPH, CSP, CIH



Shaundree Davis, MPH, CSP, CIH is currently the Senior Program Manager for Industrial Hygiene at Princeton University.  She is responsible for managing the chemical safety and hazard communication programs for non-laboratory areas and she manages the Right to Know, noise and hearing conservation, asbestos awareness, and respiratory protection programs, as well as several others relating to health and safety in the workplace.  Shaundree has been practicing in the occupational health and safety field for over 18 years and has worked in a variety of settings and industries.

Shaundree received a Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers, the State University of NJ, where she majored in public health and minored in biology.  She also holds a Master of Public Health degree from the Rutgers University, School of Public Health, where she majored in environmental and occupational health.  In addition, Shaundree is a Board Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Industrial Hygienist (CIH), and has also held the NJ Registered Environmental Health Specialist (REHS) state licensure since 1998.

Shaundree has been a Professional member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) since 1999 and she is the current Region VIII Metropolitan Area Director. She has also been an active member of the Penn-Jersey Chapter, most recently serving as the immediate Past-President.  She was the proud recipient of the 2011-2012 Chapter Safety Professional of the year award and was also a 2009 recipient of one of the ASSE Foundation’s professional development grants.

Platform Statement

Increasingly, today’s safety professional is expected to have expertise in not only safety, but also industrial hygiene, and often environmental compliance.  With the lingering impacts of the most recent financial crisis, I envision this trend continuing to grow and feel that those of us who wish to keep up must stay current in all areas of environmental, health, and safety.  It goes without saying, that participation in ASSE will provide opportunities to gain knowledge in each of these technical areas, but a lesser known benefit is also the potential to improve one’s “soft skills.”

When I first joined ASSE in 1999, I didn’t fully comprehend the breadth of all that the organization had to offer the safety professional.  It wasn’t until I took an active role on my local chapter’s executive committee in 2006 that I fully understood the resources that participation in the organization affords.  ASSE not only serves as an avenue for technical professional development, but it also provides opportunities, for those who choose to take on organizational responsibilities, to enhance their leadership, communication, and other “soft skills.” Safety professionals who have a combination of these technical and “soft skills” are increasingly sought after by employers. 

If awarded a second term as Area Director, it is my hope to continue to assist the chapters within my territory in conveying these lesser known development opportunities to their members. Hopefully, this will increase participation at the executive committee level and improve succession planning amongst the chapters. To this effort, I will be bringing my 9+ years of progressive experience serving on the Penn-Jersey Chapter Executive Committee - organizing events, professional development opportunities, etc. and, as Area Director- assisting chapters with manage their succession planning and maintaining their charter.

Back to Elections Page


Contact Us

Customer Service (M-F 8:30am - 5:00pm)
+1 847 699.2929


American Society of Safety Engineers
520 N. Northwest Hwy
Park Ridge, IL 60068