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NSF’s Nancy Culotta Retires

After a quarter century helming the public health efforts at NSF Int’l., Nancy Culotta, the group’s v.p. for Food Safety Product Certification and Consumer Products, has announced her retirement. Culotta played a key role in globally expanding NSF’s public health services to Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.  She spearheaded several new and innovative initiatives, including launching NSF’s Drinking Water Treatment Unit program, the retail food safety program, and NSF’s Home Product Certification program.

In 2000, Culotta led the launch of NSF’s food safety auditing services. Seven years later, as v.p.-Food Safety Product Certification, she added responsibilities for NSF’s Foodservice Equipment, Nonfood Compounds and Bottled Water Certification programs. Last year, Culotta launched the NSF Home Product Certification program, bringing NSF’s public health and safety expertise to the world of household kitchen appliances and other home products.

“It has been my honor to work with so many people who are dedicated to our mission of protecting and improving the public’s health and safety,” Culotta said. “I am proud to say that each day over my 25-year career I had an opportunity to work with others in making a very real impact on public health.  I’ve had the good fortune to meet many exceptional professionals, both at NSF and throughout many industry and stakeholder organizations, and will always value the long-standing relationships I’ve developed along the way.”

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