Eva Thompson is a Senior Scientist in green chemistry at the Estée Lauder Companies, where she supports the company’s Green Score program, an internal green chemistry assessment metric that facilitates improved formula design choices. Eva leads the enhancement of this tool to enable an increasingly robust measure of green chemistry performance, formulator and brand engagement and education, and scientific communications efforts. She has presented posters highlighting the environmental implications of Green Score-driven design choices at multiple scientific and industry congresses, including ACS Green Chemistry and GRC Green Chemistry. She has also given numerous presentations and guest lectures on the Green Score and green chemistry, including at ACS Green Chemistry, the National Beauty Science Institute’s Sustainability Masterclass, for the Personal Care Products Council, and for McMaster University’s sustainable chemistry undergraduate course. Prior to joining ELC, Eva obtained an MSc in Green & Sustainable Chemistry from the University of Nottingham (with thesis research focused on developing a hyperbranched polymer from a vernonia oil-derived monomer) and obtained a B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of Michigan.