Dooley from GMA to ACC
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The American Chemistry Council's executive committee approves the appointment of Cal Dooley, who currently heads the Grocery Manufacturers Association, as president, according to ACC's June 9 release. Dooley, a former congressman, is slated to take his seat as ACC's president on Sept. 8, with current President and CEO Jack Gerard exiting Sept. 1 and moving on to head the American Petroleum Institute. "As I've done in my previous positions, I will approach advocacy with a business perspective and look forward to building broad-based coalitions with industry partners and stakeholders," Dooley says in the release...
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