Diane Raverdy-Lambert

Chief Scientist and Director of Regulatory Affairs
SWM Engineered Papers Division

Diane Raverdy-Lambert is chief scientist and director of regulatory affairs at SWM in the engineered papers division. She is playing a leadership role with respect to tobacco, papers and filtering media solutions for combustible and next-generation tobacco products, road mapping technology and product design, quality assurance and stewardship patterns. Her senior expertise in scientific fact-based studies is key to anticipate challenges that the industry is facing and to support SWM’s clients and partners.

After graduating with a Master of Science degree in agricultural engineering, she joined the SWM reconstituted tobacco business in 1990 as a product developer and worked in several R&D, product development and regulatory affairs positions. Raverdy-Lambert has been participating actively at CORESTA, serving on the Scientific Commission and the board, including terms as president of the Product Technology Study Group and as president and vice president of the board. She is also engaged in ISO standardization activities related to tobacco and tobacco products (ISO/TC 126).