NEPTUNE, NJ – Women in Flavor & Fragrance Commerce is pleased to announce the 2015 WFFC scholarship award recipients.
Callie Cuff is the 2015 recipient of the Rita Flynn Memorial Fragrance Scholarship Award. She is a freshman at the University of San Diego, earning a Bachelor’s degree in biochemistry with a focus on food science and flavor chemistry. To challenge herself while expressing her creative talent, Cuff has been training at the Sierra Nevada Ballet since 2010. She is a volunteer at the Food Bank of Northern Nevada since 2012.
Narmina Tyger is the 2015 recipient of the WFFC Flavor Scholarship Award. She is in her first year of a Master’s program in Food Science at Rutgers University. In addition to her impressive academic records, Tyger is gaining valuable experiences through her R&D internships at Cargill and International Flavors and Fragrances, Inc. Her long-term goal is to become a flavor technologist.
About the WFFC
The WFFC, Inc. was founded in 1982 by women employed in various capacities in theU.S. flavor and fragrance industry. This organization was borne out of a recognized need for a networking, education and support system for women in our industry. Our mission has been and remains to this day to provide a center of education, camaraderie, support and networking opportunities for women in our industry. Our membership encompasses women involved in sales, purchasing, customer service as well as technical careers.
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