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Healthy Indoors: Is Mold in Buildings “Organized Crime?” 

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Listen in to hear how Sharon Noonan Kramer feels regarding the need for consistent and accurate federal messaging about the health effects of mold and moldy buildings.

Is Mold in Buildings “Organized Crime?” Our guest is Sharon Noonan Kramer, an Advocate for Integrity in Environmental Health Marketing & Honesty in the Courts. She holds a degree in marketing from the University of Mississippi, 1977. She uses her marketing skills to communicate concerns to government regarding integrity in the intertwined subjects of environmental science, medicine, policy, and accountability in the courts. She is a medical journal published author on the subject.

Over the years she has collaborated with numerous non-profit organizations and individuals to effectively bring changes in federal and state policies and practices. This includes mildly improved disciplinary oversight of California’s judges by the Commission on Judicial Performance in 2019; and a federal audit detailing the need for consistent and accurate federal messaging about the health effects of mold and moldy buildings. The federal audit was ordered by the late U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy in 2006 at Mrs. Kramer’s urging.

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