Fragrance Creators Association has announced it will recognize Sean Broderick, senior director, global government relations and public policy, Procter & Gamble (P&G), as the recipient of a special Extraordinary Leadership Award.
Broderick is awarded for his contributions in helping empower the industry to adapt and continue to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic. He worked to improve coordination among key industry organizations, including Fragrance Creators, the American Cleaning Institute, the Personal Care Products Council and Consumer Brands Association.
Broderick currently leads P&G’s United States regulatory and global environmental sustainability policy, advocating for the company and the industry with the United States Congress and the administration on issues including product safety, cosmetics, chemicals, LGBTQ+ equality, sustainability, manufacturing, supply chain and innovation.
Farah K. Ahmed, president and CEO, Fragrance Creators, said, “Sean mobilized his expertise, out-of-the-box thinking, and broad network of relationships in and outside of P&G to help Fragrance Creators and other associations quickly connect with one another, reach the right government and non-government decision makers and better tackle common challenges together. We are grateful for his leadership and strategic guidance, which resulted in industry delivering more positive impacts for worker safety and public health during an unprecedented time.”