November 2014

CSPA promotes three

The Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) announced the following staff promotions:

Law, Beth

Beth Law is now Assistant General Counsel/Vice President of Stewardship & Sustainability. In this expanded role, Law will serve as the association’s lead on all retail-related issues, such as ingredient disclosure initiatives and product hazardous waste disposal. Law will also oversee CSPA’s efforts on product stewardship and sustainability.

Law, who has been with CSPA for 7 years, will also maintain responsibility as Division Staff Executive of the Pest Management Products Division and Staff Executive of the Environmental Marketing Claims Committee. Law holds a bachelor’s degree in history and political science from Case Western Reserve University and a juris doctor degree from Columbia University School of Law.

Brown, Tim

Tim Brown is now Regulatory Counsel and Director of International Affairs.  Brown has been assisting CSPA and its member companies on international issues since joining the association in 2011. Brown will now take the lead on all international affairs issues for CSPA. In addition, Brown will continue in his roles as Division Staff Executive of the Cleaning Products Division and Staff Executive of the Regulatory Government Affairs Advisory Committee.

Brown holds a bachelor’s degree in science from Tulane University and a juris doctor degree from Loyola University New Orleans School of Law.

 

Stickler, Sara

Sara Stickler is now the Executive Director of the Alliance for Consumer Education at CSPA, a 14-year old nonprofit founded to promote the responsible and beneficial use of products. Since joining CSPA, Stickler has been instrumental in expanding the reach of the ACE nonprofit and in promoting the Inhalant Prevention, Disease Prevention, and Poison Prevention programs.

Stickler joined ACE over two years ago following a 4-year career in education. Sara holds a bachelor of science in education from Xavier University and a master’s degree in public policy from the University of Maryland.