ANNOUNCING TWO NEW APPOINTMENTS AT THE CHEMISTRY INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION OF CANADA

December 1, 2015

Effective December 1, 2015, Bob Masterson officially takes over as President and CEO of the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada (CIAC).

Bob has been with CIAC for the past five years as Vice-President, Responsible Care® and in July 2015 assumed the role of Vice-President, Responsible Care®, Environment and Health.  A seasoned advocate, Bob brings more than 15 years of industry association leadership experience gained while working on regulatory and public policy issues at the federal and provincial levels for the Cement Association of Canada, and as a consultant on environment and sustainability governance with a number of national and international trade associations in the energy, mining and forest products sectors.

Luc Robitaille, Vice-President, Responsible Care®, Environment and Health
Replacing Bob in the Vice-President, Responsible Care®, Environment and Health role is Luc Robitaille.

Luc has extensive experience working with industry and governments in the development and implementation of effective, evidenced-based environmental regulations, policies and initiatives.  Before joining CIAC, he was Corporate Director, Environment for Holcim, one of the largest cement companies in North America where he also served as Chair of the Cement Association of Canada’s (CAC) Environment Committee. Luc holds an Engineering degree from Université Laval and an MSc Hydrogeology from Wright State University.

To look at the backgrounds of all CIAC staff please go to:

https://canadianchemistry.ca/about/our-team/
http://chimiecanadienne.ca/index.php/fr/staff

About the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada
The Chemistry Industry Association of Canada is the voice of Canada’s chemistry industry representing the interests of Canada’s leading chemistry companies – from petrochemical, inorganic and specialty chemical producers, to bio-based manufacturers and chemistry-related technology and R&D companies. For more information go to www.canadianchemistry.ca