Diana Wyman is Executive Vice President of AATCC, a professional association and standards development organization for the global textile industry. A self-proclaimed textile nerd, Diana has been involved in all aspects of textile testing—from managing a contract lab to developing specifications for a retail brand. She has participated in the standards development process as both staff and volunteer for AATCC as well as textile-related committees of ASTM, IEC, IPC, and ISO. Diana holds degrees in Fashion Merchandising, Textiles, and Business Administration.
David Clark is a 1993 graduate in Textile Chemistry from Clemson University. After graduation he joined Cone Mills as a dye and printing chemist at their Carlisle Finishing plant and spent the next five years working in production and in the laboratory with both new product development and commission printing. In 1998, he joined Ciba Specialty Chemicals (now Huntsman) as a Technical Representative for digital printing and has worked in the developing digital textile market since then in both technical and commercial roles.
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B. S. Chemistry Graduate of the University of North Carolina – GO HEELS!
1961 – 1971: Burlington industries in various capacities involving research and development followed by management positions in manufacturing
1971 – 1983: The Bibb Company, Plant Manager and Director of R & D
1983 – 1993: United Merchants, EVAC, and Zima Corporation
1993 – Present: Ford, Trimble, and Associates, Inc. representing various machinery companies serving the textile, non-woven, and carpet industries