CHPA hires new senior director of QA, director of government affairs

The Consumer Healthcare Products Association has hired Larisa Pavlick as its senior director of quality assurance and technical affairs, and Kirby Miller as its director of federal government affairs.

The Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA; Washington) hired Larisa Pavlick as its senior director of quality assurance and technical affairs,and Kirby Miller as its director of federal government affairs.

Pavlick has more than two decades of experience implementing and writing science-based policies, practices, and procedures in the supplements industry. Pavlick most recently served asvice president of Global Regulatory and Compliance at the United Natural Product Alliance (UNPA; Salt Lake City, UT). She will now serve as the association’s leader on quality, technical, and manufacturing issues across all product categories CHPA represents.

“I am so excited to join the CHPA team,” Pavlik said in a press release. “My life’s mission has always been to help others, and I see this as an amazing opportunity to share and to continue to learn. I look forward to providing support to the CHPA membership.”

Miller worked on Capitol Hill, where she most recently worked as a healthcare legislative assistant for U.S. Senator Roger Wicker of Mississippi.

"I am excited for the opportunity to join CHPA,” Miller said in a press release. “I look forward to working to advance federal policies supported by CHPA's member companies and protecting consumers' access to safe and effective products."