FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE | November 02, 2021
American Chemical Society announces election results for 2022 officers and directors
WASHINGTON, Nov. 2, 2021 — The American Chemical Society (ACS) has announced the results of its national election. Society members elected the following officers and members of the Board of Directors for 2022:
Judith C. Giordan, Ph.D., managing director and vice president of ecosVC, Pelham, Massachusetts
Board of Directors
Katherine L. Lee*, Ph.D., (District I), senior director and head of project planning and operations in the Inflammation and Immunology Research Unit at Pfizer Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts
Lisa M. Balbes, Ph.D. (District V), a freelance technical writer and editor at Balbes Consultants, Kirkwood, Missouri
Natalie A. LaFranzo, Ph.D. (director-at-large), vice president of market development at Cofactor Genomics, San Francisco
Lee H. Latimer*, Ph.D. (director-at-large), drug development consultant at LHLatimer Consulting, Oakland, California
*Candidates marked with an asterisk were reelected.
These newly elected officers will join or continue service (indicated by an asterisk) on the ACS Board of Directors in 2022. The list of current board members, their photos and official biographies, and other information about Society governance is available on the ACS website.
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