Angela Logomasini is Director of Risk and Environmental Policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
According to a biography of Logomasini supplied at the 2006 GlobalChem Conference (hosted by two major chemical industry groups, the American Chemistry Council and the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association):
"At CEI, Angela conducts research and anlaysis on environemtnal regulatory issues. She is the author of numerous publications and regularly makes radio and television apperances. Angela served as legislative assitant to Sen. Sam Brownback [R-Kan.] from 1996-1998, advising the senator on energy and environmental issues. Before that, she was environmental editor for the Research Institute of America. She also worked for Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE), serving as director of solid waste policy for a CSE affiliate, Citizens for the Environment, and she also worked as a policy analysts at CSE covering various economic issues. Angela earned a masters of arts in politics from Catholic University of America in 1993, and she is working part time toward a Ph.D. in American Government from Catholic University." 
Other SourceWatch resources
- "Angela Logomasini", Competitive Enterprise Institute, accessed March 2006.