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Heath Earns Black Engineer of the Year Awards

January 10, 2007

Eunice Heath, global business director of the Water Soluble Polymers business unit, and leader of personal care brand businesses at The Dow Chemical Company, has been selected as an inductee into the Black Engineer of the Year Awards Conference in the division of Technical Sales and Marketing. Ms. Heath is being recognized for her success in combining engineering and technology with marketing and business strategy to spur innovation and create competitive advantage for Dow Chemical and its customers. She will be honored at the organization’s 21st anniversary gala to be held in Baltimore, MD. next month.

Ms. Heath oversees five global value centers within the performance plastics and chemicals portfolio at Dow Chemical, including Amerchol, Dow Dispersion Sciences, Ethocel cellulose ethers, Polyox water soluble resins, and Cellosize hydroxyethyl cellulose products.
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