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Vol. LXII, No. 28
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
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TRI/Princeton Announces Board of Trustees Elections

TRI/Princeton (formerly the Textile Research Institute) recently announced the results of its 2008-2009 board of trustees election. Dr. Karl Krummel, assistant vice president of innovative raw materials at Loreal USA, Inc., has been elected to his first term as chair of the board. Dr. Bill Fraser, senior director of global technology alliances at Dow Chemical Company, succeeds Dr. Krummel as the board’s new vice chair. Nunzio Cernero, president of Nunzio E. Cernero and Company, has been elected to his fifth term as chair of the finance committee.

“We are incredibly pleased with this year’s leadership. Their dedication to TRI is unwavering and their support and guidance will allow us to advance in the coming year in immeasurable ways,” said Dr. Gail R. Eaton, president of TRI/Princeton.

The Board also elected two new general trustees. Linda Foltis, senior director, global personal care for International Specialty Products, Inc., and Dr. Michael Manhart, director of the beauty technology division at Procter & Gamble Company, will now work with the TRI Board in developing strategic initiatives aimed at furthering TRI’s mission.

TRI/Princeton was founded in 1930 as the Textile Research Institute to help the American textile industry stay competitive. Over the decades, TRI has evolved into a full-service research and testing facility, specializing in hair, fibers, porous materials, polymers, and films.

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