June Anderson, M.S., CPP, Partner
June is an IoPP Certified Packaging Professional with a B.S. and an M.S. in Packaging from Michigan State University. She has 25 years of experience as a packaging engineer and manager, including service in the automotive, office furniture and home appliance industries. She has served in various positions on the IoPP’s National Board of Directors, including president and chairman, and she has been inducted into the IoPP College of Fellows as well as the MSU Packaging Hall of Fame. She has experience as an independent consultant for major food processors, distribution centers and manufacturing facilities and previously served as manager of Packaging Quality Assurance and Environmental Compliance with Burger King Corporation. June authored one of the industry’s first ever Corporate Sustainability Programs while at Burger King Corp., and is the lead engineer on a current major fast food service client project, and designs curriculum for Michigan State University’s School of Packaging. You can contact June directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Larry Dull, M.S., CPP, Partner
Larry is an IoPP Certified Packaging Professional with a B.S. and an M.S. in Packaging Technology from Michigan State University. With 25+ years of experience in managing technical packaging development groups, he has held positions with Eastman Kodak Company, Calgon Corporation and Syngenta Crop Protection Inc. He holds eight U.S. patents in the field of packaging and has won several awards in national packaging design competitions. Larry has delivered numerous presentations and written numerous articles on packaging, packaging development and packaging testing, and is an honorary professor at Hunan University of Technology in China. An IoPP College of Fellows inductee, Larry is also active in several industry and professional associations. Last year, Larry was voted by his peers into the Packaging Hall of Fame, in which only 150 people have been inducted into since it began in 1977. Recently Larry co-authored an ISTA (International Safe Transit Association) document, “Responsible Packaging by Design Guide”, a detailed, comprehensive guideline walking anyone involved with packaging strategy through, discovery, planning, executing, and documenting responsible packaging. You can contact Larry directly at email@example.com.