Experts' profiles - Rebecca Lucore
Rebecca Lucore
Rebecca L. Lucore joined Bayer Corporation in 1994 and presently serves as Executive Director of the Bayer USA Foundation and Manager of Community Affairs for Bayer Corporation. She is responsible for directing Bayer Corporations corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs, including the companys STEM education partnerships and flagship program Making Science Make Sense (MSMS). Bayers MSMS program was honored in 2000 by President Clinton with the Presidents Service Award; in 2006 by Secretary of Commerce Gutierrez with the Ron Brown Award; and received a national honor in 2008 by the National Science Board.

Ms. Lucore has worked with several school districts across the United States to assist them in partnering with local nonprofits/corporations to implement systemic science education reform. She is Board Vice President of Achieving Student Success Through Excellence in Teaching (ASSET) Inc. in Pittsburgh and serves as an advisory board member for the National Governors Associations STEM Center Grant Program and as an Advisory Member to the National Education Association (NEA).

In addition, Ms. Lucore is responsible for overseeing the Bayer USA Foundation and donations management for the United States and is the Advisory Board Chair for the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh.

She is also a member of the Conference Boards Corporate Citizenship and Sustainability Council and a member of Bayers Corporate Sustainability Community Council.


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