Cefic elevates Sylvie Lemoine to the rank of DDG
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Cefic elevates Sylvie Lemoine to the rank of DDG

Lemoine has been an integral part of Cefic’s Leadership Team for several years in her capacity of Executive Director Product Stewardship.

  • By ICN Bureau | June 03, 2023

Cefic has announced the promotion of Sylvie Lemoine to the esteemed position of Deputy Director General (DDG).

Sylvie Lemoine has been an integral part of Cefic’s Leadership Team for several years in her capacity of Executive Director Product Stewardship. She has made significant contributions in shaping strategic initiatives in the areas of the Chemical Strategy for Sustainability, chemical risk management and assessment, product safety and communication, alternative approaches to animal testing, among others. For example, Sylvie’s leadership has been instrumental in setting the Cefic REACH Dossier Improvement Action Plan to help Cefic members systematically review data in previously submitted REACH registration dossiers.

Sylvie Lemoine - Deputy Director General, said: “I am privileged to contribute to our industry’s collective ambition to support the achievement of the EU Green Deal goals. Together, we will navigate the complexities and uncertainties, focusing on fostering innovation, responsible practices, and addressing social and environmental challenges head-on. I look forward to working with the Cefic team and our industry colleagues, with policy and decision makers and with all corners of society, to contribute to a positive future.”

“With her strategic vision and deep industry understanding, Sylvie will play a vital role in further strengthening Cefic and our industry in a rapidly-changing regulatory landscape. I have great confidence in Sylvie’s capabilities and look forward to continuing our work together.” Marco Mensink, Cefic Director General.

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