CRN announces results of its 2024 board elections

News
Article

The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN; Washington, D.C.) has announced its 2024 Board of Directors election results, new officers, and executive committee appointments.

 Photo © AdobeStock.com/Donson/peopleimages.com

Photo © AdobeStock.com/Donson/peopleimages.com

The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN; Washington, D.C.) has announced its 2024 Board of Directors election results, new officers, and executive committee appointments. Kyowa Hakko’s vice president of global brand marketing, Karen E. Todd, has been re-elected by the membership to serve a new board term, Nu Skin’s vice president of product compliance, Ken Myers, has been elected to serve his first term. Chris Reid, chief legal officer of Plexus Worldwide has been elected to be treasurer, and Aaron Bennett, chief research and development and quality officer for Vytalogy Wellnes, has been elected to be secretary of the organization for the remainder of the 2023-2024 term. Reid and Bennett replace Mandy Kraynik and Mark Walsh, who left their companies toward the end of 2023, thus resigning their CRN position.

Laura Harkness, vice president, global research & development, Church & Dwight, David Campbell, vice president, North America regulatory affairs, Bayer, and Renato Camera, vice president marketing wellness, Haleon, have been appointed to the CRN Executive Committee. Harkness and Campbell are returning to the Executive Committee after a year-long hiatus mandated by CRN’s bylaws, and Renato is serving his first term in the committee. According to CRN, members of the Executive Committee are limited to three consecutive two-year terms.

CRN’s board also welcomed new members who will be representing their respective companies: Travis Borchardt, vice president of regulatory affairs and QC/QA, Nature’s Way; Paul Browner, head of regulatory affairs at dsm-firmenich; Paola Clavijo, head of policy, advocacy and risk management, Unilever Health & Wellbeing; Haven Cockerham, senior vice president, Self-Care Business Unit, Kenvue; and Ron Fugate, interim chief executive officer, MeriCal.

Related Videos
woman working on laptop computer by window
© 2024 MJH Life Sciences

All rights reserved.