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TO FOOD, LEGAL AFFAIRS, AND NATIONAL EDITORS:
Winckler to Step Down as FDLI President and CEO; Recruitment Underway
WASHINGTON, March 10, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Food and
Drug Law Institute, the premier educational organization in the field
of food and drug law, announced today that President and Chief
Executive Officer Susan C. Winckler will step down from that position
effective May 23, 2014.
"Susan has done a superlative job leading FDLI in its mission to
provide a forum and context for thoughtful and important discussion of
food and drug law, and we are sorry to see her leave," said Philip
Katz, Chair of the FDLI Board of Directors. "For more than four years,
she has worked hard and well with the food and drug law community,
Institute staff, and the Board to further FDLI's goals. We have
benefitted greatly from her experience and vision, and we wish her
well in her new role."
"I have been honored to work with the Board of Directors, the
Institute staff and our extraordinary members," noted Winckler. "I
look forward to continuing my involvement in FDLI activities as a
FDLI is accepting applications for the position of President and Chief
Executive Officer, who is responsible for developing and managing
FDLI's programs, publications, and other services. The leader of FDLI
plays a key role in the food and drug law community, working closely
with members, assuring the financial stability of the organization,
and leading, motivating and managing FDLI's staff. Additional
information about the search may be found
Founded in 1949, FDLI is a non-profit organization that provides a
marketplace for discussing food and drug law issues through
conferences, publications and member interaction. FDLI's scope
includes food, drugs, animal drugs, biologics, cosmetics, diagnostics,
dietary supplements, medical devices and tobacco.
For more information about FDLI, visit www.fdli.org.
SOURCE Food and Drug Law Institute
/CONTACT: Food and Drug Law Institute (202) 371-1425, CEOtransition@fdli.org
/Web Site: http://www.fdli.org
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