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VLS: AIChE Presidential Candidates Meetup

Originally delivered Jun 27, 2013
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The Virtual Local Section hosted the 2014 AIChE President-Elect Candidates, Cheryl I. Teich and Philip W. Winkler, to discuss their vision for AIChE. After the discussion, the candidates had the opportunity to answer questions in a friendly sharing of ideas and plans.


Cheryl Teich

Cheryl Teich is proud to be serving as the 2015 AIChE President.

Cheryl  is the Reaction Engineering Expertise Leader in Dow Chemical’s Engineering Solutions Technology Center. She joined Dow during its 2009 Rohm and Haas acquisition, and recently marked her 30th anniversary with the combined company. Cheryl holds BS (MIT), MS (MIT), and PhD (Stevens Institute of Technology) degrees in chemical engineering. She has spent her career negotiating the interfaces between R&D, manufacturing, and business functions. She considers herself an “expert generalist” in process development,...Read more

Philip Winkler

Phil Winkler retired from Air Products in 2010 after a successful career in creating partnerships among government, industry, and academia to develop and commercialize new technologies. In 2011, Phil began a consulting practice focused on clean energy. He formed Government Contracting Specialists, LLC ( www.gcspecialists.com ), to assist businesses and organizations with research, development, and demonstration funding opportunities with the federal and state governments. He is also a Partner in LFG Resources, LLC...Read more

This Live Event was conducted on Thursday, June 27, 2013, 9:00pm EDT. Registration for this event is now closed.
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