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ACI Promotes Staff Members

April 3, 2014

Personnel news within the organization.

The American Cleaning Institute recently promoted a variety of key players. Dr. Paul DeLeo went from senior director, Environmental Safety, to associate vice president, Environmental Safety. Dr. DeLeo joined ACI in 2007. He previously served as a Consumer Safety Officer for the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Jacob Cassady, manager, Government Affairs, is now associate director, Government Affairs. Cassady started at ACI in 2010. Melissa Bernardo, manager, Sustainability Programs, was promoted to senior manager, Sustainability Initiatives. She came on board in 2012.

Sandra Andrade, program coordinator, Meetings & Membership, is now manager, Meetings and Membership. She has been with ACI since 2010. Shawnté Furbush-Jones, senior administrative assistant, was promoted to coordinator, Education.  She’s been a part of ACI’s team since 2009.
 
 
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