Mrs. Teme completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Health Science at Purdue University. Her primary training and areas of expertise include industrial hygiene sampling and reporting, exposure assessment, chemical analysis, and safety program management. Mrs. Teme has evaluated and researched various workplace air contaminants including asbestos, benzene, diacetyl, formaldehyde, hexavalent chromium, and silica. She also has experience conducting scientific research and statistical analysis for litigation services and historical exposure reconstruction projects.

Mrs. Teme is currently working as the Product Stewardship Program Coordinator in the Department of Environmental Health Science. Her key responsibilities include Product Stewardship course management, marketing for the Master of Science in Product Stewardship, assisting with strategic development of the overall program, and acting as the liaison between students, faculty, and staff.