Nov 3, 2020
In this episode, Risa Suzuki shares some of the reasons why we should be concerned with our exposure to EMFs (Electromagnetic Frequencies), how it impacts our health, as well as some solutions for limiting our exposure to EMFs. You'll also hear about why she got onto the path of being a Certified Building Biology Environmental Consultant. Enjoy!
Risa Suzuki's expertise includes a three year intensive program for her Building Biology Environmental Consultant certification through the US-based International Institute of Building Biology and Ecology which focuses on all aspects of creating a healthy environment including building materials, indoor air quality, mold, water, and electromagnetic fields. The Institute is the longest-running and most credible training program for both healthy homes and electromagnetic (EMF) fields.
She has also had a successful career spanning over twenty years at Microsoft, leading teams across the company to deploy enterprise level systems and programs across the globe and has over twenty five years of technical publications experience with writing, editing, and training technical and non-technical users. She also spent time abroad in Paris (yes, THAT Paris) as one of the original founding team members for a mergers and acquisitions boutique firm for high tech startups as the Operations vice president and coaching at the CXO level for final exit
She has also been an avid contributor as a children’s literacy board of director member, was one of the first graduates of Leadership Tomorrow by United Way which provides board training, and is also a graduate of the University of Washington.
In her spare time, she volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House, teaches an EMF program at Bastyr University, is an avid skier and hiker, and is also a certified reiki master trained in the Usui method.
Something about her experience that might surprise you – her business logo isn’t just another pretty picture! Her great grandmother came from a shogun family, and that logo was the family crest. Supposedly the modern-day biohazard symbol is based off of this design, and she’s continuing the family tradition of protecting people to this day.
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