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Association of Laboratory Managers Announces New Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the Association of Laboratory Managers is pleased to introduce Dr. John Sadowski as ALMAs new Executive Director.

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The Board of Directors of the Association of Laboratory Managers is pleased to introduce Dr. John Sadowski as ALMA’s new Executive Director. Sadowski was president of ALMA in 2004 and in 2005 received the ALMA Distinguished Service Award for Laboratory Management sponsored by Agilent Technologies.
 
ALMA benefits managers of laboratories in industry, government, and universities all over the world. Its unique strength lies in providing a forum for managers to interact with managers who have similar problems and who are willing to share solutions and ideas that have worked in their laboratories. Participation in ALMA helps laboratory managers develop better management skills and practices. ALMA contributes to improved lab performance/customer satisfaction by promoting discussion of practices and programs relating to quality, cost control, and employee development.
 
“ALMA is very pleased to have John Sadowski join us as Executive Director. John is a perfect match for this position” says ALMA President Lynne Garone of E Ink Corporation.
 
Sadowski retired from Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. in October 2008 after 30 years of service most recently holding the position of Director, Enabling Technologies Center. Sadowski was awarded a B. Sc. in Chemistry from the University of Maryland and a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As Executive Director, Sadowski will oversee the day‐to‐day functions of the association in addition to providing leadership and direction for the organization.
 
Each year, ALMA provides education to lab managers from around the world through its symposium at the Pittsburgh Conference as well as through its workshops and annual conference in the fall.
 
SOURCE: ALMA