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Join us as Dr. Andrew Dent welcomes Ginger Krieg Dosier, CEO & President of Biomason to discuss the biocement® that's turning heads and making planet-friendly structures more attainable. Find out how the patented biotechnology came to be, where it is now, and what we can expect to see from the company in the future.
Featured in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, PBS News Hour, and Scientific American, Biomason is disrupting the industry in the best ways possible. Inspired by nature, their innovative material fuses biology with technology to usher in a new era of construction while solving for the centuries-old problem of CO2 emissions from cement.
Ginger Krieg Dosier / CEO & President, Biomason
Ginger Krieg Dosier has multi-disciplinary business strategy experience managing a diverse team of scientists, engineers, architects, builders, funding partners, granting agencies, and strategic partners. Her primary background includes sustainable material development from laboratory prototype to commercialization and environmental architecture.
Prior to founding Biomason, she worked as an assistant professor of architecture at the American University of Sharjah, in the United Arab Emirates and North Carolina State University. She earned her Masters of Architecture from Cranbrook Academy of Art, and undergraduate degree from Auburn University. In addition, Ginger’s professional background encompasses Government Agencies including the US Army Corps of Engineers, currently serving on the State Building Commission, and serving on multiple steering advocacy committees for significantly reducing carbon in the global building industry.
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