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WASHINGTON Scott Melville now is at the helm of the Consumer Healthcare Products Association.
CHPA said Tuesday that Melville, who currently serves as SVP government affairs and general counsel for the Healthcare Distribution and Management Association, will succeed Linda Suydam as president, who is retiring after eight years with CHPA.
Melville brings more than two decades of healthcare, legislative, regulatory and association management experience to his new role as CHPA president. Prior to joining HDMA, the national association representing pharmaceutical wholesale distributors, Melville served as an attorney and head of government relations for Cephalon.
"I am extremely honored to join CHPA at this critical time and to build upon the many accomplishments realized under Linda Suydam's leadership," Melville said. "I look forward to working with the CHPA board and the entire membership to further advance the essential contribution that [over-the-counter] medicines and dietary supplements offer to millions of American consumers seeking safe, effective and convenient healthcare remedies."