Chemical Heritage Foundation Names Executive Producer of Distillations Podcast

November 9, 2010 - Philadelphia PA

The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) has named Victoria M. Indivero executive producer of the award-winning Distillations podcast. In this role, she is responsible for developing and coordinating programming for Distillations, which recently aired its 107th episode.

“Tori has been part of the success of Distillations from the first episode,” said Shelley Wilks Geehr, Director of CHF’s Roy Eddleman Institute. “It is only fitting that Tori should take over this important outreach effort that presents the wonders of chemistry in an engaging and entertaining format. In her new role she will lead in all aspects of production and map the future direction of the podcast.”

About Victoria M. Indivero

Victoria M. Indivero is the production coordinator for the Roy Eddleman Institute at the Chemical Heritage Foundation. Since July 2010 she has served as the executive producer of the podcast Distillations and since October 2008, the production editor of Chemical Heritage magazine. Indivero is one of the founding producers of the podcast, which launched in December 2007. She also helps coordinate Science on Tap, a successful science café in the Philadelphia area that CHF sponsors in conjunction with four other area institutions and museums.

Indivero has a long history with CHF, which began with an editorial internship during the summer of 2004. She was hired full time in August 2006 as a program assistant with the Center for Contemporary History and Policy.

Indivero earned a master’s in journalism at Temple University and a B.A. in communications at Elizabethtown College, where she concentrated in mass communications and minored in history and biology.

About Distillations

Distillations is an award-winning science podcast that brings you extracts from the past, present, and future of chemistry. Join host Meir Rinde for a new episode every other Friday with interviews, monologues, reviews, features, and more, to gain historical perspective on current scientific issues. On our Web site you can find additional information about each show as well as our archived podcasts.

About the Chemical Heritage Foundation

The Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF) fosters an understanding of chemistry’s impact on society. An independent nonprofit organization, we strive to

  • Inspire a passion for chemistry;
  • Highlight chemistry’s role in meeting current social challenges; and
  • Preserve the story of chemistry and its technologies and industries across centuries.

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