Bonnie McWade-Furtado, is an associate research and development scientist at Cabot Corp. (Billerica, Massachusetts), a global specialty chemicals and performance materials company.
Currently vice chair of the carbon black committee (D24), McWade-Furtado is also chair of two D24 subcommittees: non-carbon black components of carbon black (D24.31) and carbon black microscopy and morphology (D24.81). In addition, she is a member of the committees on recovered carbon black (rCB) (D36) and plastic piping systems (F17). She has been an ASTM International member since 2003.
With Cabot Corp. since 1993, McWade-Furtado joined the company as a research associate. In 2000 she assumed her current role.
McWade-Furtado holds a bachelor’s degree in biotechnology from Northeastern University.