Cosmetiscope December 2021

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December 2021 • Vol. 27 • Issue 10

2021 NYSCC EXECUTIVE BOARD & COMMITTEE Chair Susanna Fernandes Chair-Elect Giorgio Dell’Acqua Treasurer Mohamed Abdulla Secretary Leor Fay Tal Advisor Giorgino Macalino Program Cathy Piterski By-Laws Amy Marshall Communications Maria Sousa Special Events Amy Marshall Cosmetiscope Editor Roger Mcmullen

Farewell Letter from the Chair


…Susanna Fernandes

hat a ride! Admittedly, I started the year with trepidation, as we were still in lock-down. Although the NYSCC chapter was on solid ground with its virtual and on-demand programming, I still had no idea what the year ahead would bring in terms of keeping our members informed and engaged, especially with the prospect of hosting inperson events. Thankfully, due to the hard work and dedication of our fellow scientists, COVID vaccinations were approved and administered throughout the country and around the world. Slowly, the world started to re-open and the NYSCC was there with open arms! Our first in-person event was the Golf Outing, followed by a full day program on “Skin, Hygiene, and Microbiome” and a NYSCC chapter favorite, Culinary Night, which were all held with great success. Of course, bringing the industry together for our main event—Suppliers’ Day held on November 10th-11th at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center—is an accomplishment that I will never forget. It was such a thrill to see everyone (even international colleagues and peers) and bring this year’s theme, “Embracing Beauty,” safely to life. Speaking of Embracing Beauty, there were so many programs that underscored this theme including “Formulating for Inclusion,” “Celebrating Women in Science,” and the enlightening webinar: “NYSCC Proudly Embraces LGBTQ + Beauty.” More highlights include the launch of the NYSCC podcast – The Science Behind the Art. Maria Sousa and her co-hosts did an outstanding and entertaining job. I was honored to be a CEW Ambassador for their Beauty Creators Award. It was a privilege to discuss innovations and trends in ingredients and their importance in product and brand development. Enhancing our programs for those just entering cosmetic chemistry was also a fulfilled passion of mine. Our Mentorship Committee worked hard to advance our members’ personal and professional growth. There also wasn’t a dry eye in the house at the Education and Awards Night Ceremony during Suppliers’ Day. The program was more intimate than past events with an elegant sit-down dinner at HK Hall along with the moving presentation of “The Roumelia Alina Inclusion and Diversity Scholarship” in honor of our past secretary and beloved member of the Chapter. Serving as Chair this year has been such a rewarding and gratifying experience. I have made incredible friendships and have grown so much personally and professionally. However, I could have not have done any of this on my own. Many people who were my guiding lights and support systems including my incredible executive board, Giorgio Dell’Acqua, Mohamed Abdulla, Leor Fay Tal, and Giorgino Macalino—my predecessor, trusted advisor, and friend. I also cannot thank enough our amazing program and committee chairs who went above and beyond to place the NYSCC at the forefront of the cosmetic industry. To close out my final chair letter, I want to send sincere appreciation to all our members whose support and enthusiasm of this Chapter has kept us afloat and vibrant throughout another challenging year. I wish you peace, health, and happiness this holiday season. I look forward to a bright New Year!

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Letter from the 2022 Chair

…Giorgio Dell’Acqua

hank you, NYSCC members, for the honor of being your incoming Chair for 2022. I have been involved in this dynamic industry for more than 20 years and proudly spearheaded the Chapter’s Scientific Advisory Committee and blog. Next year, you will see science and sustainability as centerpieces to many of the Chapter’s activities and programs. Much gratitude to Susanna Fernandes, my predecessor, for leading the NYSCC to new heights in programming, engagement, and after two years, the successful return of our in-person Suppliers’ Day event. Read all about these accomplishments in her farewell letter and throughout this special issue of Cosmetiscope. With the help and guidance of the new board members—Alex Blakeman, Luciana Coutinho, and Stacey House—along with Mohamed Abdulla and of course Susanna, we will continue this Chapter’s legacy of focusing on education in cosmetic science and elevating the role of the chemists. I am also looking forward to working with our dedicated program and committee chairs in offering unique content and experiences that will resonate with the beauty and personal care community. I plan to collaborate with more organizations and associations instrumental in fostering, promoting, and growing the Chapter’s mission. And, we will continue the upward trajectory of supporting and mentoring young professionals in our industry and look forward to creating new programs to achieve this goal. Wishing everyone a joyous holiday season and happy, healthy, and prosperous New Year. Cheers to a promising 2022!


NYSCC Volunteers

s we prepare for the future, I would like to remind you that even during these unpredictable and challenging times, the NYSCC has remained a vibrant source of education and engagement. There is still time to be a part of this and make your mark in NYSCC history! As your Chair for 2022, I am in the midst of finalizing programming, special events, and awards programs. All of these events are conceptualized and brought to fruition by you, our members. Member volunteers gain incredible networking opportunities that span the globe while providing real value to their colleagues. If you have not already done so, I urge you to consider becoming a part of this incredible team! We are now accepting applications for volunteers: please click through and COMPLETE THE FORM to receive consideration for a volunteer position. After we review your application, we will contact you and arrange a call so together we can ascertain the best fit for you within our committees and future projects. Stay safe and I look forward to seeing you in 2022!


Call for Papers

Giorgio Dell’Acqua 2022 NYSCC Chair

he Cosmetiscope editorial committee invites all interested parties to submit feature technical articles for publication in the NYSCC monthly newsletter. Authors of feature articles are eligible to win the prestigous NYSCC Literature Award ($1,000) for the best front-page article published during the calendar year. Authors also receive $200 reimbursement to attend a theatrical performance of their choice. Writing an article for your peers is a very rewarding experience, both personally and professionally, and will ensure your place in NYSCC history. You may choose whatever topic you feel would be interesting to fellow colleagues in our industry. We also welcome any other types of commentaries or articles that may be published in the Career Corner, Technical Tidbit section, or as a Letter to the Editor. Please send correspondence to:

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2021 NYSCC Events Calendar

• For updated NYSCC information, visit us on the web at: • For National SCC information: January 28

February 18

Solving Difficult Formulation Issues: Formulating, Testing, and Marketing – Virtual Event Formulating for Inclusion: Conscious Creation for Consumers of African Ancestry – Virtual Event

March 8

A Celebration of Women in Science – Virtual Event

April 29

Wellness in Beauty – Virtual Event

May 12

The Exposome – A Multilevel Cosmetic Active Target – Virtual Event

June 29

Antioxidant Symposium – Virtual Event

July 26

NYSCC Golf Outing – Crystal Springs Resort, Hamburg, NJ

September 14

Skin, Hygiene, and the Microbiome – Chart House, Weehawken, NJ

September 29

NYSCC Culinary Event – Natirar, Gladstone, NJ

November 10-11

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day – Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, NY

November 10

INDIE 360°, Suppliers’ Day – Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, NY

November 10

NYSCC Education and Awards Night Ceremony (7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.) HK Hall, 605 W 48th Street, New York, NY

November 12

NYSCC Suppliers’ Day – Virtual Day

December 14-15


SCC Annual Scientific Meeting, New York, NY

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2021 NYSCC Symposia and Seminars January 28th

Solving Difficult Formulation Issues: Formulating, Testing, and Marketing

Event Chair: Howard Epstein (EMD Group)

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Event Chair: Sonia Dawson (IOI Oleo Personal Care)

March 8th

A Celebration of Women in Science Event Chair: Stephanie L. Biagini (Mana Products)

April 29th

Wellness in Beauty

Event Chair: Giorgio Dell’Acqua (Dellacqua Consulting)

May 12th

The Exposome – A Multilevel Cosmetic Active Target

Event Chair: Marc Cornell (Mar-key Consulting)

June 29th

Antioxidant Symposium

Event Chair: Roger L. McMullen (Ashland LLC)

September 14th

Skin, Hygiene, and the Microbiome

Chart House, Weehawken, NJ Event Chairs: Sarah de Szalay (Femtec) and Aysel Calkap (DSM Nutritional Products, LLC)

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2021 At Home Live Series


he NYSCC “At Home Live” Series is a webinar program that features current topics and trends in cosmetic chemistry and formulation. The webinars provide our members an easy and comfortable way to stay informed and move their professional development forward. These free educational programs were offered throughout the year and covered topics relevant and timely to chemists and product development teams in the beauty and personal care industries.

2021 At Home Live Series Schedule

January 21

February 23

Fatty Acids and Triglycerides in Personal Care: The Relationship Between Melt Point, Saturation, and Oxidative Stability of Plant-Based Oils and Fats – Benjamin Schwartz (AAK Inc.) Digital Age of Beauty – James Weatherall (SpecialChem) – Moderator Retail and Consumer Trends Shaping Beauty Today – Jennifer Famiano (The NPD Group, Inc.) Consumer Behavior and Trends, Rising Beauty Searches and the “Skinny” on Skincare, and How Brands are Adapting – Millicent Branca (Google) Curate and Connect: Translating Unlimited Choices into Fast Solutions for Uncertain Times – Cara Eaton (Croda, Inc.) How Bio Design is Future-Proofing the Beauty Industry – Alex Lorestani (Geltor) Beauty AR/AI – The Future is Now. Staying Connected in a Digital World – Kristi Vannatter (Perfect Corp.)


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March 25

Trends and Formulation Strategies for Gentle Cleansing – Dennis Abbeduto (Colonial Chemical, Inc.)

May 25

Leading in a Time of Uncertainty – Chris Donohoe and Valeska Toro (Uncommonly)

June 17

Beyond Proteins – Carolina Denman (TRI-K Industries)

July 8

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– Giorgino Macalino (Manager R&D Corporate Makeup Innovation – Estée Lauder Companies) – Moderator – Lorne Lucree (Chief Innovation Officer – Voyant Beauty) – Alex Bliziotis (Procurement Manager – Mario Badescu Skin Care Inc.) – Alexander Santa Cruz (Director of Regulatory Affairs – KDC) – Malyn Concina (R&D Manager – Shiseido) July 29

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Ethoxylated World of Personal Care – Ricardo Diez (Rutgers University)

5 Key Goals for Sustainable Cosmetics in 2022 – Pascal Yvon (Croda, Inc.) Intuitive Nature: Color and Beauty Trends 2023 – Betty Aucar and Erin Turner (Sun Chemical) New Green Emollients for Personal Care Applications – Alexandra Pavanelli (Oxiteno)

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NYSCC Suppliers’ Day Reunites the Beauty Industry for Most Comprehensive Ingredients and Formulations Event in North America


he beauty and personal care product development community was reunited November 10th and 11th for one of the most important Suppliers’ Day events in its history. More than 6,800 registrants, eager to find solutions to current challenges, met with over 380 exhibitors across 75,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The engagement continued with Suppliers’ Day “Virtual Month of Beauty” capturing new registrants and views since its kick-off on November 12th. “Exhibitors and attendees alike were energized by the look, feel, and size of the show as well as the number of people who attended—and most importantly with the high quality of attendees who were present,” said Susanna Fernandes, Chair, NYSCC. “Every inch of the show reverberated our theme of Embracing Beauty and Celebrating What We Create!” Noteworthy were the international participants, from 30 countries including Australia, France, Italy, United Kingdom, as well as from countries in Africa, Asia, and South America, who were able to attend as the travel restrictions were beginning to be lifted in November. VIRTUAL A DAY: NOVEMBER 12 J



“NYSCC Suppliers' Day delivered on its promise of producing a high-quality face-to-face event for the industry despite the many obstacles and travel restrictions still in place due to the global pandemic. Our engagement with attendees and leads from the event exceeded our expectations. We were able to have meaningful and non-rushed conversations with our customers and new prospects. The event and awards night ceremony provided a safe environment for us to get back to business and network. We are really looking forward to Suppliers’ Day in May of 2022,” said Marie Thadal, Business Development Executive – Americas, Coptis Inc. A highlight of Suppliers’ Day was the debut of the INDIE360° Program, an immersive educational and 8

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sourcing experience providing up and coming indie brands with the insight, information, and resources needed to succeed. It featured a half-day conference that included lively panel discussions with leading founders and an INDIE Pavilion that spotlighted newer to market companies who are utilizing unique ingredients and formulations. The INDIE360° program was moderated and chaired by Luciana Coutinho, Luluble, with panels and pavilion participants curated by Daniela Ciocan, Access Beauty Insiders. Suppliers’ Day also boasted standingroom only Presentation Theater sessions that included tracks focused on green beauty, sustainability, certification (Discover Sustainability), and the global beauty marketplace (The World of Chemistry). Kicking off the show was a ribbon-cutting ceremony that featured NYSCC and SCC leaders of today and tomorrow, as well as executives who were instrumental in ensuring a safe and successful live Suppliers’ Day in New York City. “As President of the SCC it was a thrill for me to witness and be a part of Suppliers’ Day taking place live at the Javits Center. The energy and buzz in the exhibit hall were exhilarating and underscore how important in-person events are for discovering new innovations and business-building,” said Liz Streland, 2021 National President, SCC and Senior Account Manager, Nagase Specialty Materials. “As an exhibitor, we were very pleased with the depth of conversations that we had with attendees and the leads generated from the event.” The Future Chemists Workshop hosted dozens of college students from Rutgers, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Long Island University, University of Miami Health Systems, Montclair State University, Fashion Institute of Technology, and The University of Toledo who competed in mini-challenges for the best formulation. The NYSCC Mentorship Committee hosted a Breakfast Mixer and Information Session with the launch of a robust Mentor/Mentee Database. The Digital Age of Beauty returned with presentations on trends, predictive analytics, modeling, and a look at the “digital” buying process as did Fragrance: The Invisible Art with all the essential players

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involved in this category’s development. New programs, in addition to INDIE360° at Suppliers’ Day, included a Clean and Natural Beauty Panel, Back to Powerful Beauty with Peclers Paris, Regulatory and Compliance program presented by IBA, and special presentation on Conscious Inclusion from business communication strategist Shakira M. Brown. The NYSCC Education and Awards Night event took place on Wednesday, November 10th at HK HALL and showcased the CEW Beauty Creator’s Award: Ingredients and Formulation finalists, as well as the judges who represented iconic brands such as Chanel, Estée Lauder, Glossier, H2O, and BeautyStat. Granpowder BBP-700 from Grant Industries was announced the winner and was recognized again at the full CEW Beauty Creator Awards Virtual Program, which took place on December 1st. The NYSCC also hosted a People’s Choice Award where attendees casted their vote for the most innovative brand in both ingredients, delivery, and branding/packaging in the INDIE360° Pavilion. The curated companies that participated included: Chemist Confessions, Dr. J’s Naturals, Hear Me Raw, Immunocologie, Masami, Opulus Beauty Labs, Organic Apoteke, Skin Moderne, and Urban Hydration. Bossing Up, an association that spotlights black owned beauty businesses from New York City neighborhoods and communities also participated with Bree and Milly, Exuding Wellness, Just Because Hair NYC, Lovely Leo Skincare, and MaDawes hair products. The inaugural People’s Choice Award winner was Skin Moderne, a brand that has been relentless in the pursuit of clean, effective skincare and technology. “Skin Moderne is dedicated to fostering a culture of innovation for skin wellness. We continuously probe, search, experiment, and craft new ways to improve our ingredients, technologies, and skincare products,” said Richard Purvis, CEO of Skin Moderne, who was present at the champagne reception to accept the NYSCC Suppliers’ Day People’s Choice Award. Plans are already underway for 2022 NYSCC Suppliers’ Day, which is returning to its traditional timeframe of May 3rd-4th, again at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, with more than 70% of exhibitors already re-signed. “The show floor for Suppliers’ Day 2022 will be as large as our expanded area in 2019. The NYSCC will also strengthen its industry and media partnerships and continue to work closely with its members and the SCC to create the best global ingredients event for the industry, by the industry,” said Giorgio Dell’Acqua, Chair-Elect, NYSCC. “Next year, the latest in cosmetic science and sustainability will be core focuses of the Chapter.” For more information visit


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Granpowder BBP-700 from Grant Industries Inc. is the 2021 CEW Supplier’s Beauty Creators Award Winner



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ranpowder BBP-700 from Grant Industries Inc. was announced as a winner of a prestigious CEW Beauty Creators Award at the NYSCC Education and Awards Night Ceremony at HK Hall in New York City. In advance of the CEW Beauty Creators Award event that took place on December 1st, Grant’s Granpowder BBP-700 was named the winner in a specialty category for “Supplier’s: Ingredients and Formulation” during the NYSCC Suppliers’ Day Week of Beauty. This CEW Beauty Creators Award category, sponsored by the NYSCC, recognizes the role that ingredients, formulation, and new technology plays in successful beauty and personal care product launches. Grant was one of eight finalist that were selected from more than 40 submissions that were reviewed and voted upon by a curated panel of judges that included representatives of leading beauty and personal care brands including members of the NYSCC Scientific Advisory Committee. The judges were: Eileen Kim, Head of U.S. Innovation and Research Prospective Team, Chanel; Geraldine Molina, Head of R&I, Glossier; Ron Robinson, Founder/CEO,; Mike Wong, VP Technical Services, H2O+; and Tao Zheng, Director, Advanced Technologies/Material Science, The Estée Lauder Companies. The other CEW Supplier Award finalists were: Actera Ingredients for Follicin; BASF Corporation for PeptAIde 4.0; Eastman Chemical Company for Eastman GEM retinyl sunflowerate; EverCare for Mineral Body SPF 50 Sunscreen; Geltor, Inc. for HumaColl21; MANA for Clean Screen Mineral Serum SPF 50; and SurfactGreen for CosmeGreen ES1822+. Comments from the panel of judges on why Grant’s Granpowder BBP-700 was selected as the winner included: • “This is an answer to many needs which cosmetic scientists need today to address the replacement of synthetic powders.” • “BBP-700 is a great soft-focus material and texturizer, and can be used in all categories of makeup and skincare.” • “Created with an innovative bio-fermentation process and an amino acid derivative, it is a good alternative to some microplastic powder.” • “Bio-based, biodegradable, and highly functional, this powder has blown my socks off.”

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2021 NYSCC Scholarship and Grant Awards


he NYSCC Scholarship and Grant program consists of two scholarship awards and one educational grant initiative. The NYSCC General Education Scholarship is a one-time award for undergraduate and graduate students who wish to pursue a career in cosmetic science. This scholarship is focused on providing financial assistance to ensure students have access to quality education that will eventually lead to a successful career in cosmetic science. The Roumelia Alina Inclusion and Diversity Scholarship is a value-based scholarship awarded to applicants who exemplify hard work, perseverance, compassion, and collaboration in the advancement of inclusion and diversity initiatives. In honor of our past chapter secretary, Roumelia Alina, this scholarship has been created to honor the virtues that Roumelia Alina displayed as a member of the cosmetic industry, her professional journey, and her contributions to the society. The Grants for Educational Institutions are awarded to those applicants who display their strategic initiatives that advance the promotion of cosmetic science and increase accessibility to knowledge for the continued enrichment of the cosmetic industry. Below are this year’s recipients of the awards.

General Education Scholarship ($2,500) • Rachel Whiteman • Lanesa Mahon • Munachim Ezema • Taneisa Grier • Kendra Cutcher • Elaine Kim • Danielle Erickson

Roumelia Alina Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship ($5,000) • Dejour Waite • Munachim Ezema • Kendra Cutcher • Jessenia Castro • Raihaanah Safee • Lanesa Mahon

Grants for Educational Institutions ($15,500)

• Fairleigh Dickinson University


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NYSCC Podcast

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etting behind the scenes of the cosmetic industry one interview at a time, the NYSCC Podcast: The Science Behind the Art series brings us all levels of expertise to learn more about what cosmetic science is, how to make a career out of it, and tips and tricks from the best in the field. This is a space where all career types come together and show you their passion for all things beauty! Established in 2021, some of the key milestones of the NYSCC Podcast this year were: • From May 5th – December 1st we released 15 episodes for a total of 426 minutes of content. • Reached 21 countries with over 2,500 plays. • Talked to scientists, marketers, suncare experts, fragrance creators, hair lovers, technologydriven individuals, world travelers, but most importantly, individuals who share a passion for cosmetic science.

Visit the NYSCC at the Upcoming SCC Meeting in New York City


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he NYSCC is a Platinum Sponsor of the SCC 75th Annual Scientific Meeting and Showcase, December 13th-15th at the Sheraton New York Times Square. If you are attending, please stop by our exhibit on December 14th and 15th (#870) during the Showcase Exhibition hours as well as our private VIP room, Sutton Place on the lower level, on December 14th for light refreshments throughout the day (10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.). Current and incoming Executive Board Members will be visiting and will be able to share information on the 2022 NYSCC chapter plans. You can also enter to win a free trip to NYSCC Suppliers’ Day in New York City – May 3-4, 2022. This will include travel, hotel, and registration to NYSCC programs of your choice over the course of the event, which has come to be known as NYSCC’s Week of Beauty. Be sure your calendars are marked now; you can’t afford to miss it!

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2021 NYSCC Board & Committees Executive Board



Susanna Fernandes Tri-K

Leor Fay Tal



Giorgino Macalino

Gattefossé USA (732) 353-9706

Mohamed Abdulla

Dellacqua Consulting


Kamini Barot Sales Director - Americas


Giorgio Dell’Acqua

Estée Lauder Companies

Executive Committee


Program Chair

Amy Marshall

House Chair

Cathy Piterski


Lexi Piterski

Essential Ingredients

June Jacobs

Membership Chair

Cosmetiscope Editor


Ashland LLC

John Carola

At Home Live Series

Roger L. McMullen

Board Appointments Communications

Cosmetiscope Advertising

Estée Lauder Companies

Edgewell Personal Care

Ashland LLC


EventBrite Manager

Giorgino Macalino

James Grant

Maria Sousa

Raymond B. Clark

Mentorship Program

Edgewell Personal Care

Thomas Drwiega

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Mary Fendelander, Chanel Ava Atri, L’Oréal USA


Special Events

Scientific Committee

Alex Blakeman

Amy Marshall Eckart

Ashland, LLC


Social Media Chair

Suppliers’ Day


Edgewell Personal Care

Superior Materials, Inc.

Toussaint Jordan

Hani Fares

Maria Sousa

Jane McDermott E.C.M.A.

Diversity and Inclusion Committee Desiree Reid

Desiree Reid & Co.

Alexa Gomez

The College of New Jersey


Alex Bliziotis

Jesenia Castro

Ashley Martinez

Michael Schwartz

Desiree Reid & Co.


Beauty Quest Group

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Scientific Committee

Hani Fares

Mike Anthonavage

Ashland LLC

Kari Arienti



Mana Products

Ben Blinder

Gattefossé USA

Catherine Chiou

Amber Evans

Stacey House

Peter Konish

Mythili Nori

Yun Shao

Stephanie Biagini


L’Oréal USA


Roger L. McMullen

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Kobo Products

Social Media Team

Maria Sousa

Jiayi (Joy) Yuan

Samyukta Pingali


Xylia Ajose

Nohbo, Inc.

Regina Klimchuk



Lanesa Mahon

Revathi Nair

Chanel Person

Rutgers University


Anirudh Desai

Rutgers University

Ashley Garcia

Rutgers University

Rutgers University

Future Chemists Workshop Team

John Carola

Tania Viana


Thomas Drwiega


Alex Brielmeyer

January Event

Howard Epstein

Fairleigh Dickinson University

Christian Merkovsky



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March Event

EMD Group

IOI Oleo Personal Care

Sonia Dawson

Stephanie Biagini

April Event

May Event

June Event

Giorgio Dell’Acqua Dellacqua Consulting September Event

Sarah de Szalay

Marc Cornell

Mar-key Consulting Culinary Event

Johanna Gigliotti


Deveraux Specialties LLC

Aysel Calkap

Amy Marshall

DSM Nutritional Products, LLC

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James Francisco

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Edgewell Personal Care

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