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Virginia Section Committee Chairs

The following contacts are the chairs of our committees who perform many of the community activities for the Virginia Section.

Archivist Committee

Sarah Porter                     
Longwood University
(804) 334-9836
portersg@logwood.edu

The Archivist Committee serves the membership of the American Chemical Society by assessing, collecting, organizing, preserving, maintaining control over, and providing access to records and archives determined to have long-term value. The archivist committee will work in close association with, the historian, the webmaster, the bulletin editor and the section Chair to recommend best practices in labeling, storage, security, back-up and archiving of all records for the section for easy referencing and cross referencing.

Awards

          Service & Industrial 

Yezdi B. Pithawalla,           
Altria Client Services Center for Research & Technology
(804) 335-2301
yezdi.b.pithawalla@altria.com

Education 

Larry White                              
(540) 833-5280
lwhite@bridgewater.edu

Chemical Education

Ryan Warren
(804) 559-5280
rwarren@st.catherines.org

Chemistry Olympiad

Ann M. Sullivan
Reynolds Community College
(w) (804) 523-5777
(cell) (804) 943-2591
asullivan@reynolds.edu

Community Activities

Kristine Smetana
smetanaks@longwood.edu

Entertainment

Kenneth Chapman
kmcstem@aol.com
 

The Entertainment Committee providesregistration services
for both monthly and special
Virginia Section meetings.

Government Affairs

Rebecca Pompano
University of Virginia rpompano@virginia.edu

History 

Larry White                             
Bridgewater College lwhite@bridgewater.edu

The History Committee serves the membership of the American Chemical Society by capturing and locating pictorial, written and oral records that pertain to the section and its activities from its inception to present. The History committee also engages with the Archivist who recommends and implements best practices for all forms of storage.

Media Relations

Krista Weissbart
Pfizer Consumer Healthcare
krista.weissbart@pfizer.com

The Media relations committee works with media in all forms produced for the VA section for the purpose of informing the public and general membership of the section’s mission, policies and practices in a positive,
consistent and credible manner.

Membership / Hospitality

Todd Koch
Pfizer Consumer Healthcare
todd.koch@pfizer.com

Minority Affairs

Hyacinth Yarabe
Pfizer Consumer Healthcare Hyacinth.yarabe@pfizer.com

Charlene Crawley
Virginia Commonwealth University cdcrawle@vcu.edu

 Nominations

Colleen Taylor
Virginia State University, Department of Chemistry

 Project SEED

Dorothy Eseonu,  
Virginia Union University
dneseonu@vuu.edu
deseonu@yahoo.com

Publications

Editor

James D. Beck
beckjd1977@comcast.net

Publisher

Will H. Lewis, Jr.
WLewis8669@aol.com

 Safety

Joseph Crockett, 
Bridgewater College,
jcrocket@bridgewater.edu

Student Affiliates

Lachelle Waller              
Virginia Commonwealth University
lmwaller@vcu.edu

The Virginia section American Chemical Society Student Affiliate Committee (VA ACSSAC) serves the membership of the American Chemical Society by working closely with Faculty and Staff at Universities in the section to increase the number of college student ACS members and active student affiliate chapters.  Encouragement of student membership and growth is accomplished by communicating the benefits of membership, highlighting the good works of student chapters, holding collaborative events to benefit members and offering support for and branding of student affiliate community activities.

Webmaster

Ann M. Sullivan
Reynolds Community College
asullivan@reynolds.edu

Women Chemists (WCC)

Stephanie Mabry
Afton Chemical
stephanie.mabry@verizon.net
stephanie.mabry@aftonchemical.com

The Women Chemists Committee
(WCC) serves the membership of the American Chemical Society. Our mission is to be leaders in attracting, developing, promoting, and advocating for women in the chemical sciences in order to positively impact society and the profession.

  • Increase participation and retention
    of women in the chemical sciences
    and related disciplines
  • Take an advocacy position within the
    ACS on issues of importance to
    women in the chemical sciences.
  • Provide leadership for career development opportunities for
    women in the chemical sciences
    and related disciplines
  • Promote and recognize the
    professional accomplishments
    of women in the chemical sciences
    and related disciplines

Younger Chemists (YCC)

Julian A Bobb
Virginia Commonwealth University
bobbja@vcu.edu and vayoungerchemistscommittee
         @gmail.com

The Younger Chemists Committee (YCC) serves the membership of
the American Chemical Society by advocating for and providing resources to early-career chemists and professionals in the chemical sciences and related fields.

  • Its mission is to address the needs of younger chemists (35 and below)
    in the society by providing social,
    networking and educational
    opportunities.  
  • We will be devoted to the
    professional advancement of
    younger chemists in industry,
    government laboratories, undergraduate/graduate
    school, and post-doctoral
    positions.
  •  We will also strive to encourage
    young professionals' involvement
    with community engagements
    activities.

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