Renee Greenwalt works at a Global Professional Services firm as a Food and Agribusiness Consultant. She provides consulting services to her clients in the areas of Food Safety, Food Design, Innovation, and Quality Management. She holds several degrees from Michigan State University including: a Bachelor of Science in Food Science, a Bachelor of Science in Human Physiology, and a Master of Science in Food Safety. Renee has also completed the International Food Law and Regulations Certificate program at Michigan State. She completed her MBA at City University and will be completing her Master of Science in Learning Design and Technology through Purdue University in the fall of 2021.
Ms. Greenwalt has over 30 years of global food industry experience and has worked for many of the world’s leading consumer packaged goods companies and retailers. She has held several roles in the areas of Quality, Regulatory Affairs, Food Safety and Training. Renee also holds several credentials as a Lead Instructor for the Food Safety Modernization Act - Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance, including Preventive Controls in Human Food, Preventive Controls in Animal Food, and the Foreign Supplier Verification Program. She is also a Certified Quality Auditor, Certified HACCP Auditor, and Certified Quality Manager with the American Society of Quality, and a Certified Food Safety Supplier Auditor through the National Environmental Health Association. In addition, Renee is a certified HACCP trainer with the International HACCP Alliance.
Ms. Greenwalt is a contributing subject matter expert to IFLR's course "Regulatory Leadership in Food Law."