Principal Research Scientist, Dow Chemical[she/her/hers]
Meg Donaldson is a Principal Research Scientist at Dow within the Process Sciences Discipline of Engineering and Process Science in Core Research & Development. She started with Dow in 2008 in the Process Separations area of Core R&D with a focus on development of separation process technologies primarily in the areas of crystallization, adsorption, and liquid-liquid extraction. Recently, she led an initiative towards development of new capabilities to accelerate polyurethane product development, leveraging both experimental and modeling tools. Her current research focuses on development of new separations capabilities to enhance sustainability in chemical processing. She is also lead PhD recruiter for Dow at Georgia Tech. Meg is also very active externally within the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE). She has served as the Chair of the Women in Chemical Engineering (WIC) organization, Chair of the Societal Impact Operating Counsel (SIOC), and a Director in the Separations Division. Megan received her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Georgia Tech while conducting research focused on the development of sustainable solvent systems. She received her B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Michigan Tech.