The American Cleaning Institute (ACI), the trade association for the cleaning products supply chain, announced the appointment of Audrey McCalley as Senior Manager, Public Health.
In her role, Ms. McCalley will work on ACI’s Topical Antiseptics Program, which is a multi-year research effort to demonstrate the safety and efficacy of consumer and health care antiseptic products. The research is aimed at addressing data gaps identified by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
“Audrey joins ACI with a background in public health, clinical research, policy, and sustainability,” said Dr. James Kim, ACI Vice President, Science & Regulatory Affairs. “Her initial focus will be on ACI’s Topical Antiseptics Program particularly with the ongoing clinical research studies, and she will also be working on public health issues and communications. Down the line, Audrey will support projects surrounding sustainability as well.”
Previously she served as a Clinical Researcher Coordinator at the Kansas University Medical Center and co-founded Missouri Clinicians for Climate Action. She is also currently a Voices for Science Fellow at the American Geophysical Union.
Ms. McCalley graduated University of Missouri (Kansas City, MO) with a B.S. in Biology and Columbia University (New York City, NY) with an M.P.H.
The American Cleaning Institute® (ACI – https://www.cleaninginstitute.org) is the Home of the U.S. Cleaning Products Industry® and represents the $60 billion U.S. cleaning product supply chain. ACI members include the manufacturers and formulators of soaps, detergents, and general cleaning products used in household, commercial, industrial and institutional settings; companies that supply ingredients and finished packaging for these products; and chemical distributors. ACI serves the growth and innovation of the U.S. cleaning products industry by advancing the health and quality of life of people and protecting our planet. ACI achieves this through a continuous commitment to sound science and being a credible voice for the cleaning products industry.