Global Tobacco and Nicotine Forum 2019

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The Global Tobacco and Nicotine Forum (GTNF) is an annual tobacco industry conference.

The GTNF 2019 takes place in Washington from 24-26 September.[1]

The following speakers, panellists and moderators were listed on the GTNF website in September 2019:[2][3]

  • Tony Abboud- Vapor Technology Association
  • George Adams – Rex Healthcare
  • Scott Ballin – “Health policy consultant”
  • Patrick Basham - Democracy Institute
  • Clive Bates – Counterfactual
  • Eduardo Berea – Mother Murphys Labs, Alternative Ingredients Inc
  • Christiane Bisanzio – Japan Tobacco International (JTI)
  • Erik Bloomquist – “Financial analyst”
  • Thomas A. Briant – National Association of Tobacco Outlets
  • Kisha Brown – Justis Connection
  • United States Senator Richard Burr
  • Mark Chadwick – Eco-Act
  • Stéphane Colard – CORESTA
  • Alison Cooper – Imperial Tobacco
  • Martin Cullip – New Nicotine Alliance (NNA)
  • Michael Cummings –Medical University of South Carolina Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, and tobacco policy and control program at Hollings Cancer Center
  • James Dobbins – Turning Point Brands
  • Arnaud Dumas de Rauly – the Blinc Group
  • Konstantinos Farsalinos- Onassis Cardiac Surgery Center
  • Jonathan Fell - Ash Park Capital
  • James Figlar – Reynolds American Inc (RAI)
  • Mark Firestone – Philip Morris International (PMI)
  • Joe Gitchell – Pinney Associates
  • Marewa Glover – Centre of Research Excellence on Indigenous Sovereignty and Smoking
  • David Graham – NJOY LLC
  • Chris Hsieh - SMOK
  • Matthew Holman – US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  • Jim Howard – JTI
  • Jennifer Hunter – Altria
  • Janene D. Jackson – Holland & Knight
  • Pam Kaufman – Morgan Stanley
  • Mark Kehaya – AMV Holdings LLC
  • Sunitha Kolaventy - Tobacco Board at the Indian Ministry of Commerce and Industry
  • Patricia Kovacevic – RegulationStrategy.com
  • Darshan Kulkarni – Kulkarni Law Firm
  • Andrej Kuttruf – Evapo
  • Kgosi Letlape- Health Professions Council of South Africa, Association of Medical Councils of Africa
  • David Levy - Georgetown University
  • Mike Ligon – Universal Corporation
  • Mark Littlewood - Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA)
  • Jim Lutzweiler – Foundation for a Smoke-Free World
  • Diana Marrero – Foreign Policy
  • Neil McKeganey – Center for Drug Misuse Research
  • Stefanie Miller – Sandhill Strategy LLC
  • Tom Miller – Attorney General Iowa, and adviser to JUUL Labs
  • Joe Murillo – Altria
  • Ray Niaura - College of Global Public Health, New York University
  • Grover Norquist – Americans for Tax Reform
  • Ricardo Oberlander – RAI/ British American Tobacco (BAT)
  • Mike Ogden – RAI
  • Cheryl Olson – “health behaviour consultant”
  • Anna Ostergren - Armatos
  • David O’Reilly – BAT
  • Christie Powell – RAI
  • Elise Rasmussen – Tobacco Reporter, Vapor Voice
  • Michiel ReerinkJapan Tobacco International (JTI)
  • Brad Rodu – University of Louisville, James Graham Brown Cancer Center
  • Veronique de Rugy- Mercatus Center at George Mason University
  • Sally Satel – American Enterprise Institute, Yale University
  • Lea Scott – Universal Leaf Tobacco Co
  • J.B. Simko - PMI
  • Zhiqiang Shi – Shenzhen Smoore Technology Ltd
  • Harry Shapiro – Drugswise UK
  • Christopher SnowdonIEA
  • Alexandra Solomon – Foundation for a Smoke-Free World
  • Valerie Briggs Solomon - RAI
  • Jim Solyst – Swedish Match
  • Michael D. Stein – Boston University School of Public Health
  • Jeff StierConsumer Choice Center
  • David Sweanor – University of Ottawa
  • Steve Troxler – Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs for North Carolina
  • Huub Vizee – Delfort
  • Carrie Wade – R Street Institute
  • Rhoda Washington – Turning Point Brands
  • Rupert Wilson- Strategic Business Consulting
  • Howard A. Willard IIIAltria
  • Xiaoting Wright – Mylo, vape company
  • James Xu – Avail Vapor
  • Mitch Zeller – US Food and Drug Administration

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Notes

  1. Global Tobacco & Nicotine Forum, More Choice, Less Risk, 2019, accessed September 2019
  2. Global Tobacco & Nicotine Forum, 2019 Speakers and Panelists, 2019, accessed September 2019
  3. Global Tobacco & Nicotine Forum, 2019 Agenda: Expect talking points that matter, 2019, accessed September 2019