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ASQ Inducts New Board

May 19, 2003
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Thomas J. Mosgaller began his tenure as the American Society for Quality's president on July 1. He has served on the association's diversity and recognition committees. He cofounded the government division and was vice president for membership and group chair of interest groups. Other board members for 2001-2002 include: Elizabeth M. Keim, president-elect; Daniel M. Duhan, vice president; Manu K. Vora, vice president; Kenneth E. Case, treasurer; and Gregory H. Watson, chair.

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