Greg Skelton is Senior Director for Regulatory and Technical Affairs at the American Chemistry Council, where he leads ACC’s international advocacy team. Mr. Skelton’s responsibilities include global chemical regulatory issues, sustainable development, energy and climate change, and international trade. He represents ACC in the International Council of Chemical Associations, and advocates on behalf of the industry in a range of international forums, including the UN’s Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management (where he is the private sector representative to the SAICM Bureau) and the APEC Chemical Dialogue. Prior to joining ACC, Mr. Skelton was a career foreign service officer for the New Zealand government, where his assignments included tours as a political officer in Washington DC, a trade negotiator at the WTO in Geneva, and a policy advisor on Latin America. He has also served as a Legislative Fellow in the U.S. Congress. Mr. Skelton holds a Master of Arts in History with First Class Honors, and a Bachelor of Commerce in Management Relations and Economics from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
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