We have over 40 years of combined technical, scientific and sustainability expertise to optimize the use of your LCA results and process.

Rebecca LeBlanc
LCA Resource founder

” The time is always right to just do the right thing.”

Combining her extensive background in process manufacturing, application systems design, project management and corporate training with education and experience in LCA, industrial ecology and sustainability, Rebecca has the background and knowledge base which insures successful execution of your LCA project. Rebecca has degrees from Endicott College and Wentworth Institute of Technology with additional coursework in sustainability and industrial ecology at the University of Vermont and Harvard University. She has experience with LCA in the nonwoven, semi-conductor, dairy and packaging industries. She has also been a course reviewer for the World Resource Institute (WRI).

Jennifer Woofter
founder and President SSC

” No matter your size or industry, when “going green” is a strategic part of your organization it will save you money, thrill your employees, and drive innovation.”

Jennifer is the founder and president of Strategic Sustainability Consulting (SSC). She draws upon 15 years of expertise in the fields of corporate social responsibility, ethical investing, and organizational accountability systems to help clients make the leap between good intentions and long-term sustainable performance. She specializes in sustainability assessments and planning, and has a Masters Degree in Sustainability Leadership.

Jesse Daystar: Jesse Daystar is a leader in the field of Life Cycle Assessment of forest biomaterials

” I facilitate partners and clients successes by providing educational and engineering resources to support environmentally informed business decisions.”

Mr. Daystar is a chemical engineer with a Ph.D. in Forest Biomaterials focused on research surrounding the environmental impacts of second-generation biofuels production from cutting edge conversion technologies. He has presented his research findings at several major conferences including the Forest Product Society International Convention and the Advanced Materials for Energy and Green Technology. Additionally, he has lectured at North Carolina State University, Duke University and at several local community colleges. He is author and co-author on publications in the journal of Fuel Processing Technology and Biomass and Bioenergy.