` Department of Chemistry – Community Advisory Board - Purdue University Fort Wayne
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College of Science

Community Advisory Board

Mission Statement

The Department of Chemistry Community Advisory Board is an assembly of departmental alumni, friends, and community leaders and partners who provide guidance and support for the faculty of the Department of Chemistry in order to enhance the department’s ability to fulfill its mission and improve the department’s visibility in the local community and in the region.


  • to provide insight into departmental programs and curricula;
  • to create or enhance outreach programs between the department and the local community;
  • to provide information on co-op opportunities;
  • to provide advice to Purdue Fort Wayne Chemistry graduates;
  • to provide information about departmental assessment to stakeholders;
  • to provide opportunities for the Department to assist the organizations represented by members of the advisory board;
  • to provide advice for departmental fundraising efforts


  • Davis Albright, DR Lubricants, Inc.
  • David Bell, IU School of Medicine
  • Pamela Bell, Carroll High School
  • Dennis Brown, Manchester College School of Pharmacy
  • Kimberly Burrow, Indiana State Police
  • Kym Crandell, Fort Wayne Metals
  • Jean Marie Elick, University of Saint Francis
  • Andrea Geyer, University of Saint Francis
  • Anna Henry, Fort Wayne Metals
  • Bill Hollenberg, Northrop High School
  • Steven Kimmel, Abbott Laboratories
  • Allegra McMillen, Parkview Health
  • Michael Milholland, Barker & Herbert Analytical Lab
  • Vicki Moravec, Trine University
  • Rob Rudolph (Chair), Momentive
  • Scott Rumage, Canterbury High School
  • Amanda Sauders, K.C. Jones Plating IN Division
  • Sharon Singleton, Lutheran Health Physicians
  • Gerard VanMarkwyk, Element Materials Technology
  • Richard Zoltek, Chematics, Inc.