Larry M. Games, received his PhD. In Biochemistry From Indiana University in 1975 and was a postdoctoral associate at MIT for two years. He retired from Procter & Gamble Co. in 2007 as Vice-President, Research and Development. During his career at Procter & Gamble he was responsible for their Global Technical External Relations organization, their Worldwide Human and Environmental Safety organization, and spent his last six years with the Company as head of the Pharmaceuticals R&D organization. He is past Chairman of the Industrial Health Council, past Chairman of the Alliance for Chemical Awareness, and past chairman of the Institute of Polyacrylate Absorbents. His wife, Diane Games, is a speech pathologist specializing in the treatment of stuttering and language disorders. Larry received an Award of Appreciation from the Ohio Speech, Language and Hearing Association for his work assisting Diane in her work to help children who stutter since his retirement from P&G. He has been active volunteer and supporter of NSA since 2007.