Margery Moore, CEO of ehsAI, moderates the opening keynote at the NAEM Tech19 conference in New Orleans


There was a packed house of over 250 EHS professionals in the room to listen to Delta Ground Services, Boeing and Georgia-Pacific discuss their strategies for the adoption of digital transformation tools. Each one had interesting stories and lessons to share as they journey along the innovation curve. 

This conference provides attendees with peer-to-peer learning and advice to help leverage technology and trends to advance EHS&S performance. 

Moore and Gasperecz Global have a booth and are presenting with their first customer, Red Cedar Gathering, on March 14th.


Former GE Global Leader of Environmental and Water Programs, Kris Morico, joins Moore & Gasperecz Global Inc. to Board of Advisors

A recognized leader within the EHS community, she has held positions spanning across Fortune 100 companies, including General Electric (GE), Tyco International, UTC, and ABB/Combustion Engineering. In her role as the global environmental leader for GE, Kris was responsible for the strategic direction and implementation for several programs and sustainability initiatives across the company.  

Artificial Intelligence is Transforming how Companies Manage EHS

I have worked within the environment, health and safety (EHS) field for more than 20 years, and in that time, I’ve seen some dramatic changes in how companies manage their programs, and data. But nothing compares to the technological innovations that are now upon us.