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Fuentek's Dr. Nannette Stangle-Castor Named as Chair of Triangle Women Against Multiple Sclerosis Board

Senior Technology Transfer Consultant at Fuentek to Serve as Chair of Steering Committee

(September 12, 2011)

Nannette Stangle-Castor

Nannette Stangle-Castor

APEX, N.C. – Laura A. Schoppe, president of Fuentek, LLC, has announced that Dr. Nannette Stangle-Castor, a senior technology transfer consultant at Fuentek, has been appointed chair of the steering committee for the Triangle Women Against Multiple Sclerosis (WAMS) Luncheon, an event from the Eastern North Carolina Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. In her new role, Stangle-Castor—who has a doctorate in molecular pharmacology and cancer therapeutics—will be responsible for providing leadership to the organization and for planning the annual WAMS Luncheon. The 2011 event will be held on November 15th and will feature ABC news correspondent and author Claire Shipman. For more information about the event, go to

In addition to working with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Stangle-Castor is also an active advisory board member for Alfred University’s Beth Robinson Judson Leadership Center. Stangle-Castor was recently honored with the Triangle Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Leadership Award.

“Nannette’s involvement with Women Against Multiple Sclerosis is reflective of the commitment we have to public service at Fuentek,” said Schoppe. “We fully support her in her efforts to make a difference in the lives of people living with multiple sclerosis.”

“The proceeds from the WAMS Luncheon will provide college scholarships to students that have been impacted by MS,” said Stangle-Castor. “As women leaders in the community, we have a responsibility to help encourage and motivate the next generation of leaders to realize their potential. The WAMS Luncheon will help achieve that goal, and I am proud to spearhead this effort.”

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