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W.F. Young appoints new Director of Regulatory Affairs and Development


W.F. Young has appointed Audra Mulligan as Director of Regulatory Affairs and Development. Ms Mulligan will be helping the company to achieve its goals by directing the regulatory compliance process and technical product development.

She will also be responsible in overseeing the company’s global compliance regulations, alongside liaising with legal counsel and regulatory consultants.

“Audra’s experience and expertise will be an incredible addition to our team,” says Jaime McKinley, President of W.F. Young. “As our company commemorates its 130th anniversary, it’s additions like Audra that speak to W.F. Young’s commitment to growth, innovation and a forward-looking vision.”

To commemorate 130 years in business, W.F. Young has launched a rebrand of its business, with a new logo, colour scheme and imagery, which Jaime McKinley said was “reflecting our compassion for animal health and wellness”. The logo features a horse and dog, to reflect their continued focus on pet care and supporting equine health.


Ms Mulligan has a decade of experience in regulatory management and customer service and comes as a natural fit for the role. Her additional certifications in pest management and horticulture bring “unique specialisation” to the job.

“I’m thrilled to become a part of W.F. Young’s rich history of provide high-quality products and exceptional customer care,” comments Ms Mulligan. “Every day there is a new opportunity to enrich the lives of our customers, and the animals they care for.”

“As an owner of horses and dogs myself, I’m excited to combine my professional expertise with my love for animals, to help them live happier and healthier lives,” she adds.

For more information on W.F. Young visit their website, HERE.



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