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CSPA Names New Vice President of Communications

October 21, 2013

Donovan joins the team and has industry experience.


 
The Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) – representing the household and institutional products industry – named Erin Donovan as vice president of communications. She will be responsible for leading CSPA’s external and member communications programs.
 
Additionally, she will work with CSPA’s Board and leadership to promote and enhance the Association’s brand and will be responsible for a broad range of public affairs and marketing activities.
 
“Erin brings a wealth of industry communications experience on a wide range of issues that affect our member companies,” said Christopher Cathcart, CSPA president and CEO.
 
Prior to joining CSPA, Donovan ran a successful consulting practice and held communication positions at the American Chemistry Council, the crisis management firm of Rowan & Blewitt and the DuPont Company.
 
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