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10-13-21 Michigan Chemistry Council Elects Seven New Members to Board of Directors

At its annual membership meeting, the Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC) recently elected 13 members to its board of directors, including seven members who are joining the MCC board for the first time.

The new members include:

  • Joe Dellamorte - Wyandotte Site General Manager - BASF Corporation
  • Kayla Peacock - Michigan EHS&S Leader – Corteva Agriscience
  • Brian Weber - EHS Hub Leader - DuPont
  • Brett VanderLinden - Plant Manager - OxyChem
  • Gerard Manley – EHS&S Manager – Hemlock Semiconductor
  • Stephanie Jarrett - Senior Environmental Engineer - Fishbeck
  • Steve Zervas - Managing Consultant - Trinity Consultants

“We are excited to announce new leaders for the Michigan Chemistry Council as we continue our work on behalf of the business of chemistry in our state,” said MCC Executive Director John Dulmes. “These members will add tremendous experience and expertise to our board from across our industry.”

Those members re-elected to the MCC board include:

  • Mark Kramer - President & CEO - Anderson Development Company
  • Steve Gregory - Production Leader – Corteva Agriscience
  • Steve Persyn - Midland Site Leader - International Flavors & Fragrances
  • Dave Blatnik - State Government Affairs Manager - Marathon Petroleum
  • Jeffrey Bolin - Sr. Vice President, Technical Operations - Dragun Corporation                           
  • Mark Craig - Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer - Three Rivers Corporation

The MCC’s Board of Directors is elected on an annual basis by its member companies, with directors representing both MCC’s regular members and its associate members. The Board’s current President is Mark Kramer, President & CEO of Anderson Development Company in Adrian.

The Michigan Chemistry Council, established in 1967, represents Michigan’s chemical manufacturers, formulators and distributors. Chemistry is one of Michigan’s largest manufacturing sectors, supporting more than 80,000 Michigan jobs and directly impacting more than 96% of all manufactured goods.

 
3/2/21 - Sustainability Solutions Lead Priorities for Michigan’s Chemistry Industry in 2021

LANSING, MI, March 2nd, 2021 - Recycling and climate change solutions, workforce development reforms, investments in emergency response resources, and a successful COVID response topped the list of 2021 policy priorities announced today by the Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC).

“The business of chemistry is increasingly focused on sustainability challenges like recycling and climate change, and we will be working to drive solutions for our state in these areas,” said MCC Executive Director John Dulmes.

“We believe there can – and must – be progress on these big issues, even as we work to promote a competitive manufacturing sector and ensure a successful response to the COVID-19 pandemic. These are bipartisan issues, and we will be actively engaged in the legislative and regulatory arenas to get things done on behalf of our industry and the essential role it plays.”

For 2021, the MCC will also support policies to ensure energy cost competitiveness, promote talent and workforce development, and invest in the state’s emergency response resources.

The Michigan Chemistry Council, established in 1967, represents Michigan’s chemical manufacturers, formulators and distributors. Chemistry is one of Michigan’s largest manufacturing sectors, supporting more than 80,000 Michigan jobs and directly impacting more than 96% of all manufactured goods.

 
2/3/21 - Michigan Chemistry Council Commends Appointments to Council on Climate Solutions

LANSING, MI, February 3rd, 2021 – The Michigan Chemistry Council (MCC) today welcomed Governor Whitmer’s appointments to the new Council on Climate Solutions, including experts on manufacturing and energy efficiency.

“The Michigan Chemistry Council appreciates the Governor’s strategic approach to developing a climate plan that will meet long-term challenges while supporting our state’s competitiveness and key industry sectors,” said MCC Executive Director John Dulmes.

“The business of chemistry helps enable innovations like solar panel materials, lightweight and electrified vehicles, and energy-efficient buildings. We are especially encouraged to see particular attention to many of these areas, as well as the need to preserve the energy-intensive manufacturing jobs in our state.”

“The MCC and our companies look forward to working with all partners to develop climate policies that help address this issue while growing jobs and increasing our state’s competitiveness.”

The Michigan Chemistry Council, established in 1967, represents Michigan’s chemical manufacturers, formulators and distributors. Chemistry is one of Michigan’s largest manufacturing sectors, supporting more than 80,000 Michigan jobs and directly impacting more than 96% of all manufactured goods.

 
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