Episode 30: Lisa Leigh - Cosmetic Science

Interview begins at 9:15

Lisa Leigh is an experienced Attorney and Regulatory Affairs Professional with a multifaceted knowledge of domestic and international regulations concerning over-the-counter drugs and cosmetic products. She has over 15 years of combined legal and regulatory experience working in companies as diverse as private law practices, a major national trade association, two Fortune 500 companies and she is also the founder of Leigh Business Group, a regulatory consulting firm.

You can contact Lisa in the following ways.
Website: Leigh Business Group

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