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CRN announces departure of Duffy MacKay, ND

CRN announces departure of Duffy MacKay, ND

Duffy MacKay, ND, Senior Vice President, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs, will depart from CRN on March 15 and will be taking a position with CV Sciences, Inc., as its Senior Vice President of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs. Andrew Shao, PhD, who previously led CRN’s science and regulatory team will be begin serving CRN as interim Senior Vice President, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs.

The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), the leading trade association for the dietary supplement and functional food industry, announced that Duffy MacKay, ND, Senior Vice President, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs, will depart from CRN on March 15 after ten years of leadership within the association. MacKay will be taking a position with CV Sciences, Inc., as its Senior Vice President of Scientific and Regulatory Affairs.

“It has been an immense privilege to have Duffy’s service and leadership over the past decade, and we are grateful for all of his contributions to CRN and to our industry,” said Steve Mister, president and CEO of CRN. “We wish Duffy all the best as he leaves CRN for this exciting opportunity, and we look forward to seeing his continued success.”

Andrew Shao, PhD, who led CRN’s science and regulatory team prior to MacKay, from 2005–2011, will begin serving CRN as interim Senior Vice President, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs on March 1. Shao has spent nearly two decades in the global nutrition industry, leading in various nutrition, scientific, regulatory and government affairs roles. Most recently, he served as Regulatory & Policy Science Director for Amway/Nutrilite. Prior to that, he held several roles for Herbalife Nutrition, including Vice President, Global Nutrition Policy and Vice President, Worldwide Scientific Affairs.

In the meantime, CRN has commenced a careful assessment of its leadership needs to fulfill its strategic plan and will make an announcement on a permanent head of science and regulatory affairs later this year.

Source: The Council for Responsible Nutrition

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