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2021 Elected Officers

Chair Susan Marine
First Vice-Chair / Chair-Elect Peter Koenig
Second Vice-Chair Brant Center
Secretary Allison Edwards
Treasurer Sam Glover
Trustees Judson Haynes III, Chair (Term ends Dec 2021)
Donna Wiedemann (Term ends Dec 2022)
John Glaser (Term ends Dec 2023)
Councilors Rick Mullins (Term ends Dec 2021)
Susan Hershberger (Term ends Dec 2022)
Kathy Gibboney (Term ends Dec 2023)
Alternate Councilor Lynn Hogue (Term ends Dec 2021)
Neil Ayers (Term ends Dec 2022)
Roger Parker (Term ends Dec 2023)
Auditors Kendra Denlinger, Chair (Term ends Dec 2021)
Michelle Hoffman (Term ends Dec 2022)
Megan Stanton (Term ends Dec 2023)


Committee Chairs and Discussion Group Leaders (last updated 1/20/2021)

Advisor to the Chair Diane Schmidt
Analytical Discussion Group Open
Awards Lynn Hogue
Jay Eylem
Biochemistry Discussion Group Open
Chemical Information Discussion Group Open
Colloids/Polymers Zhiwei Shi
CINTACS Editor Open
Diversity and Inclusion Jacqueline Thomas
Earth Week Donna Wiedemann
Education Grants Gloria Story
Educator Discussion Group Diane Goldkamp
Elementary School Awards Jamie Heimkreiter
Government Relations Open
Long Range Planning Open
Meeting Sponsorship Ed Hunter
Membership Gloria Story
National Chemistry Week Hong Zhang
National Chemistry Week Poem Contest Jamie Heimkreiter
Nominations and Elections John Glaser
Oesper Award UC Dept of Chemistry Via Kim Carey
Oesper High School Awards / Chemistry Olympiad Jill Page
Organic Chemistry Discussion Group Rick Mullins
Photographer Brian Lenihan
Project SEED Anna Gudmundsdottir
Public & Media Relations Beth Reno
Senior Chemists Roger Parker
Section Historian Open
Short Course/Continuing Education Kathy Gibboney
Webmaster Michele Mangels
Women Chemists Megan Stanton
Sheeniza Shah
Younger Chemists Megan Stanton
Sheeniza Shah



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