American Cleaning Institute changes board members

American Cleaning Institute changes board members

9:42 AM, 6th December 2012
American Cleaning Institute changes board members
Catherine Ehrenberger, Member of the board, ACI.

WASHINGTON DC, US: American Cleaning Institute (ACI) appointed Catherine Ehrenberger and Tom O’Brien to its board. Ehrenberger, Vice President, R&D, Quality and Regulatory, Amway, was elected as Board Chair. O’Brien, Group Vice President and General Manager, Marketing & Sales, Sasol, will serve as Vice Chair. The board also elected as a new Director Kelly Semrau, Senior Vice President, Global Corporate Affairs, Communication & Sustainability, SC Johnson.

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