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Personnel Roundup



Published November 29, 2007
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ISP Expands Presence In Dermatology Market



 Saxena of ISP
ISP:

Dr. Subhash Saxena has joined the company as vice president, business development–pharmaceuticals to lead an important new initiative: the development of new active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) for the dermatology market. He will work closely with ISP’s global skin research center in Sophia Antipolis, France, and reports to Steve Olsen, senior vice president, emerging markets, global marketing and R&D.

A 31-year veteran of the pharmaceutical industry, Dr. Saxena comes to ISP after 19 years with Cardinal Health Topical Technologies, where he was most recently senior vice president, R&D/regulatory/quality, topical.

 Menon of ISP
Dr. Gopinathan Menon has joined the company as senior science fellow in personal care R&D. Dr. Menon will work primarily with ISP’s personal care research group, headed by Dr. David Moore, director of global R&D, and lead group efforts in basic skin research. He reports directly to Dr. Claude Dal Farra, ISP’s vice president for research & development.

In addition, Dr. Menon will help lead a new ISP research program in dermatology with Dr. Subhash Saxena, vice president for business development–pharmaceuticals.

HallStar:

Kathryn Van Quathem joined The HallStar Company as a sales and marketing associate for HallStar’s personal care ingredients division. She will provide general sales support and strategic market analysis for the
 Van Quathem of Hallstar
Chicago-based specialty chemistry company.  Ms. Van Quathem is a graduate of Augustana College where she double majored in marketing and biology.

Acme-Hardesty:

Acme-Hardesty Co. has announced the appointment of Brian Leone as Mid-Atlantic regional sales manager, and Michael Hoover, as Southwest regional sales manager.

As Mid-Atlantic sales manager, Mr. Leone will serve customers in Southeastern New Jersey, southeastern Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. He previously served as an account executive for DeWolf Chemical, and as a sales
 Leone of Acme-Hardesty
representative for Gehring-Montgomery. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from Delaware Valley College.

As Southwest sales manager, Mr. Hoover will serve customers in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi. He previously worked at Univar/ChemCentral where he held positions in sales, corporate accounts and sales management. Prior to that, Mr. Hoover worked as an account manager for Hindee Enterprises in Houston. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Houston.


Laboratoires Serobiologiques: 

George Cutrone has been named Eastern region account manager, Laboratoires Serobiologiques active cosmetic ingredients, for Cognis Care Chemicals.

 Hoover of Acme-Hardesty
IFF:

International Flavors & Fragrances promoted five perfumers Domitille Bertier, Sophie Chapuis, Tony Mills, Beatrice Piquet and Olivier Polge to the position of senior perfumer in IFF’s creative center in Neuilly, France. Ms. Bertier joined IFF as a trainee in 1994, after obtaining her degree in chemistry and training at the Perfumery School in Versailles ISIPCA. Her portfolio includes Versace Men, Boss in Motion for Hugo Boss and Touch of Pink for Lacoste.

Ms. Chapuis has played an integral role in notable fragrance successes in both fine fragrance and beauty care. She began her career with IFF in 1992 as a perfumer assistant and became trainee perfumer in 1994, after receiving her degree from the French Perfumery School ISIPCA and a diploma in biochemistry from the University of Paris.

 Cutrone of Laboratoires Serobiologiques
Based in IFF’s Neuilly facility in France, Mr. Mills’ career in perfumery spans five decades. He has proven expertise in creating fragrances in a variety of bases which are used for many types of personal care products. Some of his creations include fragrances for Colgate-Palmolive, Nivea for Beiersdorf, L’Oréal, as well as Johnson & Johnson, Yves Rocher and Vendome, among others.

Ms. Piquet began her career at IFF at the age of 17. She worked under the supervision of Max Gavarry for seven years and training for six years with JP Mary and Alain Astori, with whom she worked while completing her apprenticeship. Her portfolio includes fragrances such as: Bulgari Petits et Mamans; Aroma Tonic for Lancome, with Alain Astori and Armani Emporio Night Him, with Yves Cassar.

A native of Grasse, Mr. Polge joined IFF in 1998 as a trainee in New York where he worked on major U.S. brands such as Clinique, Liz Claiborne and Calvin Klein, among others.

Drom:

Artur Wasiluk has been hired as an account manager for Drom Fragrances. He has acquired international experience in customer support and as a project and import manager with Eagle Global Logistics GmbH and GeoLogistics GmbH. As an account manager at Drom Fragrances, Mr. Wasiluk will be working primarily with customers in Poland and the Czech Republic. With his support, Drom will also be intensifying its efforts in other Eastern European countries such as Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.

Beraca:

Recently announced several appointments within its marketing department. Cassiano Braccialli is the new institutional marketing coordinator, Cristiane Santos has been appointed communication coordinator and Gabriel Rinaldi is the new technological marketing coordinator.

AOCS:

Phil Bollheimer president of Bollheimer and Associates, has been elected to a one-year term as president of the American Oil Chemists’ Society (AOCS).

Mr. Bollheimer has worked on more than 40 edible-oil and soybean-processing facilities. In addition, he has designed and started up 10 grassroots plants. Today his work is mostly biodiesel-related. He has been a member of AOCS for nearly 30 years, on the AOCS board for seven years, and an officer of the organization for four years.


Helix BioMedix:

Has appointed Robin Carmichael as its vice president of marketing and business development. Ms. Carmichael will be responsible for the company’s marketing and business development functions, including product strategy, technology licensing, organizational management and strategic partnerships.

She most recently served as chief operating officer of Dermadoctor, Inc. Ms. Carmichael holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Seattle University and is a recognized speaker and author on numerous topics including peptides and skin care products.


DCAT:

At the organization’s annual membership meeting DCAT installed Dix Weaver, Sr. supply chain consultant at Eli Lilly and company as the new president of the organization for 2008. Mr. Weaver succeeds Joe Colleluori, Lonza Inc. and is the 110th person to become president of the organization, which was established in 1891.

Murad:

Jean Runel was hired as the company’s new vice president of international. Among other responsibilities, Mr. Runel will spearhead Murad’s growth in the European and Asian markets in order to capitalize on the company’s continued domestic success.

Mr. Runel is a native of France, where he received his undergraduate degree from Dauphine University in Paris, France. He then went on to receive a master’s degree in international relations from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.


Extracts & Ingredients:

Rosalinde J. Hill has joined Extract & Ingredients, a division of Morre-Tec Industries Inc., as a technical sales representative. Ms. Hill is a graduate of The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey with a BS degree in biochemistry/molecular biology.

Estée Lauder:

Andrea Robinson has left the helm of the Tom Ford Beauty and Prescriptives brands division of Estée Lauder. Ms. Robinson was hired in March 2005 as chief marketing officer for the flagship Estée Lauder brand and was promoted to president of the Tom Ford division in February 2006.

CTFA:

Mark Pollak, assistant secretary and vice president, member relations is being promoted to the position of assistant secretary and executive vice president, strategic initiatives. Mr. Pollak has been an executive with CTFA since 1983. Mr. Pollak earned a J.D. from American University Law School and a B.A. in political science from Tufts University.

Jana Cary will join CTFA as senior vice president for business development and marketing. Ms. Cary previously served as the senior director of marketing communications for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, where she was a top marketing strategist for the organization. Ms. Cary earned an M.B.A. from George Mason University and a B.A. in French and international marketing from Clemson University.


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