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November 9, 2009

CPTC Appoints Caswell In Clinical Evaluation

Caswell of CPTC
Consumer Products Testing Company:
named Dr. Michael Caswell to spearhead its rapidly expanding Clinical Evaluation team.

Dr. Caswell, formerly of C.B. Fleet, Schering-Plough and Unilever, brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in scientific affairs management and has held numerous senior leadership roles in R&D, safety, toxicology and clinical research.

appointed Mark Wilbur as strategic account manager, personal care, in the company’s Surface Chemistry Business Unit, headquartered in Bridgewater, NJ.

Wilbur of AkzoNobel
In this position, his responsibilities include managing the sales activities for key strategic accounts in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Mr. Wilbur came to AkzoNobel following an 11-year tenure at Interpolymer Corporation.

Alterna Professional: appointed beauty industry veteran Joan Malloy as president. Most recently, Ms. Malloy was senior vice president of marketing for prestige hair care brand Fekkai. She succeeds Paul Johnson, who had been president of Alterna since 2005, and who will remain a consultant to Alterna while pursuing opportunities with affiliate companies. Ms. Malloy has extensive management, marketing and product development experience in the beauty industry, having previously held executive
Malloy of Alterna
positions at companies such as Estée Lauder, Lancôme and John Frieda.

Sabinsa Corporation: expanded its sales team to include Jennie Slaymaker as accounts manager. Ms. Slaymaker’s territory includes Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming and Oregon. Her previous experience includes sales and customer service over the last decade, most recently for cosmetic, nutritional and food products.

Shiseido Cosmetics America:
appointed Mary Ivers to the position of director of sales for New York. In her new role, Ms. Ivers will lead the sales and education field operations within the metropolitan New York area for both the Shiseido and Clé de Peau Beauté brands.

According to the company, Ms. Ivers will be instrumental in the further development and growth of the company’s sales force and retail accounts with responsibility for Macy’s as well as national responsibility for storessuch as Bloomingdale’s, Barneys, Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor.

DeWolf Chemical: welcomed Kyle LeBaron to its sales team. His experience includes working several years as an account manager for a Fortune 500 company along with several years with a worldwide chemical distributor.

Klein of Laboratoires Serobiologiques
Laboratoires Serobiologiques:
appointed Cynthia Klein as Western USA Regional Manager for Lab Sero Cosmetic Active Ingredients, with responsibility for the Lab Sero product line within Cognis Care Chemicals. Ms. Klein has almost 20 years experience in the cosmetic industry and was previously with Aquea Scientific, as chief sales and marketing officer. Prior to the post, she worked at Induchem, Amerchol and ISP in sales and marketing roles.
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