Ginger Krieg Dosier is Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer at bioMASON – a revolutionary new start up utilizing natural biological processes for growing cement construction materials. bioMASON’s products include proprietary manufacturing process and the raw materials used by licensees for manufacturing. The performance of biocement materials is above traditional masonry, and can be used as a green alternative. bioMASON’s products make it possible for licensees to manufacture on-site in ambient temperatures, enabling savings in energy costs and a large reduction of carbon emissions. Prior to founding bioMASON, Krieg Dosier worked as an assistant professor of architecture at the American University of Sharjah and North Carolina State University. She received her Masters of Architecture in 2005 from the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Her research background includes sustainable material development from prototype to commercialization and environmental architecture.