We seek to accelerate the contributions of science and technology for healthily built environments.
IBEC, a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization, helps bridge the gap between proven scientific processes and real-world applications for healthy gathering. We strive to change how infectious diseases are addressed and contained worldwide.
IBEC has created programs that educate how to successfully mitigate transmission while educating the masses on safe protocols that really make a difference in stifling the unnecessary increase of infectious disease cases and other contagious pathogens.
On April 15th, the team agread to a leadership structure
Jayne B. Morrow, PhD
Jayne has a broad portfolio of technical program and policy development expertise relevant to the United States and international science community priorities. Throughout her career, she has demonstrated a dynamic ability to work across stakeholder groups to foster engagement, create strategic visions, and build consensus on a range of technical program and public policy areas, including national security, environmental health, public health and safety, and law enforcement.
Kenneth F. Martinez (CAPT USPHS Ret)
Ken is an Environmental Engineer and Industrial Hygienist with experience in leading and conducting large-scale research; managing programs in occupational safety and health and emergency response; and creating and teaching professional development courses. He has more than 33 years of CDC expertise in hazardous agent exposure characterization and mitigation control practices in the manufacturing and healthcare industry. Since retiring from CDC, he served 8 years in the CBRN space as a consultant focusing on a national biodetection program. Mr. Martinez is a recognized subject matter expert in biological agents, including infectious disease and bioterrorism agents.
Edward J. Cowan (CDR USN Ret)
Ted has more than 30 years of experience in disaster preparedness and emergency management, strategic and operational planning, training, exercise coordination, and operational support. He brings a unique combination of analytical, lessons learned, and vulnerability experience assessment proficiency. He has a command of requirements development related to disaster response and the formulation of comprehensive mitigation strategies.
Anthony C. Cowan
Tony is a technology and healthcare integration entrepreneur. He has 30 years of experience developing medical public health facilities and delivering high-end medical equipment technologies to market. His development experience includes clinics, doctor’s offices, ambulatory surgery centers, and specialty hospitals. This project management ensured the on-time, on-budget opening of hundreds of facilities passing state licensure requirements, Medicare certification, and Joint Commission accreditation.