Lencie Plancher is a Chemist at Alcon, the global leader in eye care and a division of Novartis. Lencie is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelors degree in Biochemistry/ minors French& Spanish, and a Master’s degree in Chemistry. Lencie joined Alcon Fall 2016 and worked as a chemist in the quality department doing product testing, lab investigation, methods development, and equipment qualification and decommissioning. She is the H-shift Chair for WIN (women innovating now), a member of the quality communication Board at Alcon.
In addition to her work involvement, Lencie is a member of Georgia Haitian-American Chamber of Commerce, a member of the American Chemical society (ACS), Miss Fulton County international 2018. Lencie also finds time to interact with those aspiring and Future STEM (Sciences, Technology, Engineering & Math) leaders in Haiti. She is the founder and executive director of Expo-Sciences Haiti. Her goal is to encourage more students to get involved into STEM and connect them to STEM opportunities. She started Expo-Sciences Haiti to allow students in Haiti to showcase their STEM related projects, and the opportunity to participate and present their projects in STEM affiliated fair globally.
As a student, Lencie conducted independent research on “Kinetic mechanism of Nucleoside Hydrolase of E. coli”. She was active in both the scholastic and local community, where she previously served as the vice-president of graduate student, graduate council, treasurer of chemistry society, and SGA election commissioner; she participated in various campus events, and was an active volunteered of the discovery center of Murfreesboro and Nashville.