ACI Strengthens Communications, Advocacy And Science Teams
The American Cleaning Institute (ACI), the trade association for the cleaning product supply chain, welcomes three new employees: Taylor Bradley as Manager, Environmental and Scientific Affairs, Arielle Brown as Manager, Government Affairs and Joanne Oh as Communications and Outreach Coordinator.
“ACI is fortunate to welcome these talented individuals to our team,” said Melissa Hockstad, ACI President and CEO. “We know they will strengthen our core disciplines in our scientific, government affairs and communication departments and help us provide even more value to ACI’s members.”
Taylor Bradley comes to ACI from GHD, an engineering group, and will be managing scientific research and outreach on the environmental safety of cleaning products and their ingredients. Bradley brings to ACI a passion for science education and a strong background in environmental science, with a Bachelor of Science in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Howard University and a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Virginia Tech.
Arielle Brown joins ACI after having spent time at the Morris, Manning and Martin law firm, the Virginia Farm Bureau and the American Farm Bureau Federation. She will play an integral role in advancing proactive messaging regarding the impact of policy issues affecting the cleaning products supply chain. Brown received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Wartburg College and a Master of Public Policy from University of Northern Iowa.
Joanne Oh has come on board as ACI’s new Communications and Outreach Coordinator, joining from Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood Career Center. Oh’s experience and talent in digital communications and writing will be a terrific asset, expanding the Communications team and better positioning ACI to address a growing need for consumer communications on cleaning product ingredients and their purpose and benefits. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in English and Writing Seminars from Johns Hopkins University.
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