Dave Brubaker

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"Dave Brubaker is currently Chief Executive Officer of NutraGenetics, LLC, an entrepreneurial company founded by 1998 Nobel Prize recipient Dr. Louis Ignarro, focused on the formulating, development, and distribution of science-based nutritional supplements, functional foods, nutraceuticals, and sports nutrition formulas.

"Dave is also Chief Executive Officer and Founder of HealthWell Ventures, LLC, a consulting and nutritional science based product development company.

"As the Founder and Chairman of Leiner Health Products (1973-1997), he grew the company into the largest vitamin manufacture in the US with distribution in over 60,000 retail outlets with sales in and excess of $750M. He subsequently founded the Feeling Fine Company, in partnership with Dr. Art Ulene, from the NBC Today Show, in 1998 launching a line of vitamin formulas from “Americas Family Doctor.”

"Dave is a former University of Southern California Trustee, past President of the USC Alumni Association, past Chairman of the Board of the USC Norris Cancer Hospital, and a member of the USC Skull and Dagger Honor Society. He is a member of the Chancellor’s Cabinet at Arkansas State University and the President’s Cabinet and Foundation Board of Directors at the University of North Alabama.

"He is an original member of the Council for Responsible Nutrition, a nutraceutical lobby group based in Washington, DC that has represented the voice of the vitamin industry for over forty-five years. Dave also serves as Chairman of the advisory committee for the Coby Brubaker Children’s Foundation, a philanthropic organization named in memory of his wife, which supports the health needs of children throughout the world. Finally, he has served as a Board Member for Operation USA, a philanthropic organization that provides humanitarian relief all over the world for over thirty-five years. "[1]

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  1. Vitamin Angels Board, organizational web page, accessed March 27, 2013.