CHPA Elects New Board Member for CHPA Educational Foundation
Washington, D.C. – The Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA) elected Joy-Lee Pasqualoni to the CHPA Educational Foundation Board of Directors today at the association’s June board meeting. Christopher D. DeWolf, president & chief executive officer, Lil’ Drug Store Products, Inc., will continue to serve as chair.
“We are pleased to have Joy-Lee join our board at this pivotal time for the CHPA Educational Foundation,” said Colleen Creighton, director, CHPA Educational Foundation.
“The foundation’s educational campaigns are having a positive impact on the safe use of over-the-counter medicines and dietary supplements, and we are prepared for significant growth in the year ahead as we pursue our vision of happier, healthier lives through responsible self-care.”
Members of the CHPA Educational Foundation Board of Directors as of this election are:
- Christopher D. DeWolf, president & chief executive officer, Lil’ Drug Store Products, Inc. (foundation chair);
- Theresa Agnew, vice president & chief marketing officer, GSK Consumer Healthcare;
- Scott Melville, president and CEO, Consumer Healthcare Products Association;
- Jeffrey R. Needham, executive vice president and general manager, U.S. Consumer Healthcare, Perrigo Company;
- R. Stephen Neumann, vice president of consumer insights & consumer relations, Bayer Consumer Health;
- Ryan Olohan, national industry director, healthcare, Google Inc.;
- Joy-Lee Pasqualoni, consumer communication leader- North America, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.*;
- Mariclaire T. Payawal, vice president, global public affairs and policy, Pfizer Consumer Healthcare;
- David C. Tomasi, marketing director, Vicks North America, The Procter & Gamble Company; and
- Jane Wildman, president, North America, Combe Incorporated.
*denotes newly elected to this position
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The Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA) Educational Foundation’s mission is to serve as the trusted source of information on the responsible use of consumer healthcare products including over-the-counter medicines and dietary supplements. Foundation initiatives educate consumers on how to use, store, and dispose of OTC medicines responsibly.
Contact: Colleen Creighton | 202.429.3528