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Active Concepts: Sarah Jindal, Kristen Potts and Sabrina Kautz

April 11, 2007

Active Concepts:
Announced several appointments to its sales and marketing teams. Sarah Jindal has been appointed director of technical marketing. She is responsible for driving the team’s efforts as Active Concepts expands its business both domestically and internationally. Prior to joining Active Concepts, she worked in business development for BioScreen Testing Services, held a position as market development manager for GE Advanced Materials-Silicones Personal Care business and also as technical marketing manager for Arch Personal Care Products.

The company has also restructured its domestic sales team in the Northeast. Reporting to Michael Desantis, director of sales, are Kristen Potts and Sabrina Kautz. Both were members of the Active Concepts technical marketing team. Active Concepts has also restructured its domestic sales coordination team. Reporting to Maggie Ghanem, manager of the domestic sales coordination team is Christy Oxendine, who had been manager of the sample department. Amber Graybeal replaces Ms. Oxendine as sample department manager. Finally, Ashlee Few joined the company as a customer service representative.
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