Suna Stone-McMasters '90, has two jobs on campus. As chemical hygiene officer, she prepares materials for labs, teaches people how to use chemicals responsibly, and ensures that everyone at SLU working with chemicals has the appropriate safety information. Her second job, as environmental compliance officer, involves working with facilities operations and faculty to stay up to date with regulations. She says, “Sometimes I feel like a translator from Regulatorese to English.”
As an undergraduate, Stone-McMasters was an active member of the Outing Club; she fell in love with the Adirondacks and enjoyed the opportunities every weekend to go someplace new on foot, skis or water with great friends. She ran with the women’s cross country club and directed Payson Coffeehouse, the predecessor to Java, complete with wobbly wire spool tables and a hotplate for mulling cider. She is currently an active member of SEHSA Environmental Health and Safety Association of NY, Inc., an organization of professionals dedicated to promoting a culture of safety on campuses throughout New York State. She lives in Canton with her husband, Phil and daughter, Molly.