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New Members

Download Member ApplicationNew SCC Members may register online or download a writable .PDF membership application and email to Colleen Daddino at cdaddino@scconline.org. All major credit cards are accepted. Please use this form to type all your information. Once complete, please save the file on your computer, then email Colleen Daddino at cdaddino@scconline.org or fax it to (212) 668-1504. The Society prefers typed applications over handwritten for ease of processing. Incomplete applications will delay the processing of your membership.

Existing SCC Members

Current SCC Members can easily renew online. Please take the time to renew your membership today to avoid reinstatement fees and any interruption in benefits.

Member Spotlight

The Society thinks its time to acknowledge more members more often, so we’ve decided to place a spotlight on members whose dedication to the SCC has not gone unnoticed.

DAWN BURKE COLVIN

Principal Scientist

Mary Kay Inc.

Southwest Chapter – Member Since: 1996  

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1. What made you pursue a career in the cosmetics/personal care industry? 

When I graduated from college, I was working as a microbiologist in an independent testing lab. Most of the clientele was food manufacturers, but there were a few cosmetic companies. I also worked part time at some medical testing laboratories, and of the three areas, cosmetics was the best environment for me. Over the years, I transitioned from microbiology to formulation, and still find it a fascinating field in which to work.

2. What is the favorite part of your job?

The fact that there is nothing routine about it. Every day brings new technologies and new challenges -there is no chance to become bored!

3. What has been your most recent professional accomplishment?

Serving as President of the SCC in 2014!

4.  How has membership in the SCC been of value to you?

Education and networking. The SCC has been a valuable source of continuing education at both the local and the National level, through the SCC Continuing Education courses, and the local monthly, National and International meetings. I’ve also established a solid network of professional peers both locally and nationally that I can and have contacted for advice on technical challenges, professional opinions and industry benchmarking.

5.  What is a fun fact about yourself, outside of the SCC and your professional life?

As much as I love to run, climb mountains and ski, I never started any of those things until I was in my 30s.