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The American Cleaning Institute: hired longtime conference and event planner Gail Tannenbaum

August 1, 2012



• The American Cleaning Institute: hired longtime conference and event planner Gail Tannenbaum as manager, meeting services. She has worked for more than 15 years as a professional meetings consultant and with organizations such as the Rehabilitation Engineering Society of North America, Electronic Industries Alliance and the National Council of Farmer Cooperatives.

ACI also named Melissa Bernardo as manager, sustainability programs, a newly created position that will strengthen ACI’s sustainability efforts for the cleaning products industry, according to the group. Brian Sansoni, ACI vice president, communications and membership, will add the title of vice president, sustainability initiatives.
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