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Juliette M. Moran was American chemicals executive. Recipient Greater New York Advertising award for excellence in communications New York chapter Association Industrial Advertisers, 1972, Alumni Achievement award New York University Graduate School Arts and Sciences, 1977.

Background

Moran, Juliette M. was born on June 12, 1917 in New York City. Daughter of James Joseph and Louise Moran.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Columbia University, 1938. Master of Science, New York University, 1948.

Career

Research assistant, Columbia University, 1941;junior engineer, Signal Corps Laboratory, United States Army, 1942-1943;with, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation (formerly General Aniline & Film Corporation), 1943-1982;successively junior chemist process development department, technical assistant to New York process development department, technical assistant to director Central Research Laboratory, technical assistant to dir, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1953-1955;supervisor technical service commercial development department, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1955-1959;senior development specialist, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1959-1960;manager planning, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1961;assistant to the president, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1962-1967;vice president, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1967-1971;senior vice president, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1971-1974;executive vice president, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1974-1980;director, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1974-1983;vice chairman, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, 1980-1982;consultant, Global Assessment of Functioning Corporation, since 1982.

Membership

Board of directors New York State Science and Technology Foundation. Fellow American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Institute Chemists. Member American Chemical Society, Commercial Development Association.

Connections

father:
James Joseph

mother:
Louise Moran