Speakers Directory

Diversify your symposium or workshop! The ACS Committee on Minority Affairs Speakers Directory contains names, contact information, and expertise of chemists who are willing to give talks on a variety of topics. Click on the speaker’s name to see details about their expertise and background.


Photo of Dr. Seth Y. Ablordeppey
Florida A&M University
Categories: Medicinal Chemistry
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Photo of Dr. Luke Achenie
Virginia Tech
Categories: Chemical Engineering, Computational
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Photo of Dr. Dawood Afzal
Truman State University
Categories: East Indian, Organic, Organometallic
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Photo of Dr. Shanadeen Crystal Begay
Northeastern University
Categories: Chemical Biology, Diversity & Inclusion, Physical, Women
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Photo of Barbara Belmont
CSU Dominguez Hills
Categories: Analytical, Chemical Education, Diversity & Inclusion, LGBTQ+, Women
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Photo of Néstor M. Carballeira
University of Puerto Rico
Categories: Lipid Chemistry, Natural Products, Total Synthesis
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Categories: Native American, Oilfield Cement
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Photo of Prof. Thomas H. Epps III
University of Delaware
Categories: African American, Chemical Engineering, Polymer Chemistry
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Cape Cod Community College; Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health sciences
Categories: African American, Career Services, Medicinal Chemistry
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Texas A&M University Kingsville
Categories: Polymer Chemistry
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St Louis Community College
Categories: Organic
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Photo of Dr. Ann Carol Kimble-Hill
Indiana University School of Medicine
Categories: African American, Chemical Biology, Diversity & Inclusion, Minorities, Physical, Women
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Photo of Dr Steven A Lopez
Harvard University
Categories: Organic
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Photo of Dr. Mary Jo Ondrechen
Northeastern University
Categories: Chemical Biology, Computational, Diversity & Inclusion, Native American, Physical
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Categories: Chemical Education
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Categories: Diversity & Inclusion, Minorities, Physical, Women
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