ISSA Hygieia Network Introduces New Advisory Board
The ISSA Hygieia Network (IHN), a non-profit, international community dedicated to the advancement and retention of women in the cleaning industry, launched its official IHN Advisory Board. The board will provide strategic advice and guidance for IHN's ongoing initiatives, including its new mentoring program and annual awards ceremony.
“As we expand our efforts and mission, IHN continues to grow as well,” said Dr. Ilham Kadri, IHN’s chair. “We are thrilled to have such an impressive and diverse group of women join our organization. I look forward to hearing their ideas and working with them to ensure that all of IHN’s programs and events are successful.”
Kim Price, vice president of the sales force & distributor effectiveness team at Georgia-Pacific Professional and IHN's newest council member, will be the chair of the inaugural IHN Advisory Board.
The other IHN Advisory Board members include Tina Busch, vice president of diversity and inclusion, Kimberly Clark; Elizabeth Hawver, business strategy and competitive intelligence director, Essity; Paige Horn, CEO, Dixie Paper Com., Inc.; Sally Schopmeyer, president, Maintenance, Inc.; Katie Snyder, vice president of human resources, Network Distribution; Christine Wickes, vice president of marketing and communications, C&W Services; and Cindy Williams, vice president of sales and marketing, The Budd Group.
“These talented women have the experience and expertise as well as a driving passion to promote diversity and inclusion within the industry at all levels,” said Price. “Our initial efforts will be focused on working together to launch and expand IHN's new mentoring program. As previous mentors and mentees, the IHN Advisory Board members truly understand the necessity of mentorship to advance in the workplace and develop professional and essential skills."
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