We work with global manufacturers and suppliers to help the world design and build better products.
Our founders, Pete Girard and Bill Hoffman created software platform that can ultimately be used to clean up the toxic chemicals in our world’s supply chains.
Together they lead a movement to disrupt the notoriously complex supply chain chemical hazard landscape and build creative solutions for businesses of all kinds.
Environmental Leader Product of the Year Award
Sustainable Brands Innovation Open Finalist
Green Electronics Council Award Winner
As the Co-founder and CTO of Toxnot, Bill provides 20+ years of experience in the fast-paced software development world, a degree from Cornell, and a resume spanning start-ups as well as some of the largest internet services on the planet. Toxnot’s mission of transparency and its rapidly growing set of enterprise and supply chain tools reflect Bill’s ability to solve some of today’s toughest sustainability challenges with software tools.
Pete artfully combines 20+ years of experience at the multinational level, with a well-respected background in product management, lifecycle assessment, product stewardship & sustainability strategy. He is a natural collaborator, teacher and versatile leader. Pete has an uncanny ability to see the power of open technology to disrupt complex sustainability problems. He understands the power behind reevaluating the chemicals in our everyday products.
Claudia Capitini is a marketing & sustainability expert with 18+ years of experience in communications, branding, marketing, operational sustainability and product life cycle assessment. Claudia brings her expertise in sustainability technology to Toxnot to help drive business and inspire collaboration. Her background is grounded in ecological science and conservation, and she holds degrees and certificates from Northwestern Univ., Univ. of Washington, Univ. of Denver and more.
Elizabeth Mahon loves using software to help people understand data to make informed decisions, especially with regards to human health and the environment. She graduated with a B.S. in Engineering from Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering & earned a Master’s degree in Water Resource Management from Colorado State University.
Evelyn helps manufacturers leverage technology to ensure their products meet the highest levels of material safety & sustainability possible. She is motivated to break down the complexity of chemical hazards and technology tools, to allow our clients more time to improve their products. Evelyn holds a B.S. in Engineering from Hope College in Michigan.
Nik enjoys developing integrations with other platforms, new reports, and tools to support effective chemical list maintenance and transparency efforts. Nik appreciates the sustainability teams working tirelessly to eliminate them or otherwise minimize their impact on our health and environment. Nik holds a BS in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh.