The Enzyme Technical Association (ETA) is a trade association that represents a majority of the manufacturers and marketers of enzyme products in North, Central, and South America (“Americas”). The ETA has been in existence since 1970 and maintains an active role in the development of governmental regulations, policies and industry guidance that affect enzyme manufacturers, distributors, and customers. ETA activities and meetings are occasions when members, representatives and guests:
- Discuss scientific, regulatory and legal solutions to common problems affecting enzyme industrial activities.
- Support and promote scientific programs to enhance public and employee health and safety associated with enzyme handling.
- Support and promote educational programs to enhance awareness of enzyme technology and advancements.
- Collaborate with global stakeholders in the enzyme industry including: trade associations, governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and customers/end-use consumers.
To learn more about the Enzyme Technical Association leadership team, visit the Leadership page.
Administration & Contact Information
Vince Sewalt, Chair
Diane Shanahan, Vice Chair
Emily B. Helmes, Treasurer
Lori Gregg, Member-at-Large
Frank Magazine, Member-at Large
James La Marta, Member-at Large
Ann Begley: Secretary and General Counsel
Standing Committees Chairs
Dietary Supplements Committee
Elaine Cooling, BIO-CAT
Emily B. Helmes, Elanco
Roxanna Van Dorn, BASF
Diane Shanahan, BASF
Lori Gregg, Novozymes
Latin American Committee
Ana Claudia Peluso, Novozymes
Andressa Caliman, Dupont
Frank Magazine, Dystar
Roberto Carrillo, Enmex
Product Safety & Stewardship Committee
Beth Concoby, DuPont
Jessica Paschal, Novozymes
Strategic Planning Committee
Kumiko Paik, BASF
Alice Chen, Dupont
Jim La Marta, DSM
Website/Public Relations/Communications Committee
Deborah Martin, DuPont
Janet Oesterling, Novozymes