Linda Fisher

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Linda J. Fisher is a Vice President Safety, Health and Environment and Chief Sustainability Officer of DuPont.[1][2]

When working for the United States Environmental Protection Agency she was Deputy Administrator;[3] Assistant Administrator - Office of Prevention, Pesticides and Toxic Substances; Assistant Administrator - Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation; and Chief of Staff to the EPA Administrator.[4] She was also Vice President of Government Affairs for Monsanto Company, a pesticide and biotechnology corporation. Fisher was also "Of Counsel" with the law firm Latham & Watkins. She attended George Washington University for a masters in Business Administration, Miami University for a B.A and the Ohio State University for a law degree.

In an oral history, EPA Administrator William K. Reilly described Fisher as one of his ablest people, proving to be a star as his Assistant Administrator for Toxics and Pesticides.[5]


Fisher was mentioned in the documentary The Future of Food (2004) as an example of a revolving door between Monsanto and the government.

Further reading[edit]

· EPA Alumni Association: A Half Century of Progress – former senior EPA officials describe the evolution of the U.S. fight to protect the environment

· EPA Alumni Association: Toxic Substances, A Half Century of Progress, March 1, 2016


  1. ^ Meet the Executives
  2. ^ "Executive Profile Linda J. Fisher". Bloomberg Business. July 31, 2015. 
  3. ^ EPA History."Deputy Administrators" Archived 2010-04-19 at the Wayback Machine., accessed August 11, 2009.
  4. ^ "Biography Linda J. Fisher". August 7, 1989. Archived October 22, 2009, at the Wayback Machine.
  5. ^ EPA Alumni Association: EPA Administrator William K. Reilly describes his selection of Linda Fisher as one of EPA’s leaders. Reflections on US Environmental Policy: An Interview with William K. Reilly Video, Transcript (see p9).