ISP Adds Three and Promotes One in Personal Care

Jul 31, 2009 | Contact Author | By: Katie Schaefer
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Title: ISP Adds Three and Promotes One in Personal Care
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International Specialty Products (ISP) has made a number of appointments in its personal care division.

Mark Dailey joins ISP as senior key account manager for the Midwest. Prior to joining ISP, he spent eight years with National Starch as Midwest account manager for personal care. Dailey also spent four years as a formulation scientist in product development with Alberto Culver and Unilever HPC. He holds two patents for developments in hair styling and conditioning systems and will be working directly with Alberto Culver on a global basis.

John Bozza will join the personal care division as senior key account manager for the Southeast. Before joining the company, Bozza was the account manager for the McIntyre Group LTD for over 12 years. He also spent 11 years as a product development chemist with both Rhone Poulenc and L'Oréal. Bozza continues to teach courses on surfactants and liquid cleansing systems in the continuing education course program of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists.

Also joining the personal care team is Jennifer O’Hara as global key account manager for Johnson & Johnson Worldwide. Formerly a key account manager with Presperse LLC, she also worked within the chemical products group of Rohm & Haas and in product development for Proctor & Gamble.

Jennifer Jelinski has been promoted in the company's personal care division to inside sales engineer. Jelinski has been with ISP for four years and previously worked in customer service. Most recently, she provided sales support in North America.