The International Probiotics Association is a partner of Women in Nutraceuticals, a global nonprofit spearheaded by nutraceutical leaders dedicated to empowering women in the nutraceuticals industry.
The International Probiotics Association (IPA) will conduct interviews with female leaders in the probiotics, prebiotics, and postbiotics industries at next week’s Vitafoods Europe trade show in Geneva, Switzerland. IPA is conducting the interviews in association with the Women in Nutraceuticals (WIN) organization, a global nonprofit spearheaded by nutraceutical leaders dedicated to empowering women in the nutraceuticals industry. IPA is a partner of WIN.
“IPA recognizes the roles and influence that women have within the probiotics, prebiotics, and postbiotics industry,” states an IPA press release. “This collaboration will feature astute podcast interviews with women in leadership roles within IPA and IPA member companies.” Interviewees will share insights and advice about advancing their careers in the industry and “offer suggestions about including gender-balanced research in the probiotic, prebiotic, and postbiotic space.”
The interviews will be conducted by Heather Granato, president of WIN, and Sandra Saville, IPA’s director of education and communication. The interviews will be featured on IPA’s website, www.internationalprobiotics.org.
For more information about Women In Nutraceuticals, and to join, visit https://womeninnutraceuticals.org. Women In Nutraceuticals (WIN), a nonprofit group spearheaded by global nutraceutical leaders, is dedicated to building support for women in the nutraceuticals industry, to help increase the percentage of women holding leadership roles in the C-suite and across the dietary supplement supply chain, to increase funding for female-led businesses, and to increase women’s participation in nutraceuticals research.