People In Brief: IFRA NA's CEO Search Lands On PCPC Exec; More
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Formerly assistant general counsel and currently chair of strategic industry categories at the Personal Care Products Council, Farah Ahmed will start as CEO of the International Fragrance Association North America April 18. More people news in brief.
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