Interesting. What does this information illustrate in your opinion?
Further, here is the complete roster of Directors if you'd like to research them as well:
ACS Board of Directors
The ACS Board of Directors, the Society's chief governing body, is chartered to "have, hold, and administer all the property, funds, and affairs of the Society." The Board is made up of 16 members:
Six District Directors, elected by the membership of the region from which they are to serve;
Six Directors-at-Large, elected by Councilors;
The ACS President, President-Elect and Immediate Past President;
The Executive Director of the Society
According to the minutes of their August 2015 minutes (the most recent posted), neither Arnold A. Allemang or Frank P. Popoff were present.
The Board of Directors of the American Chemical Society met in Boston, Massachusetts, on
August 16, 2015, beginning at 12:00 p.m. Pat N. Confalone, Chair, presided. Other Directors present for
all or part of the meeting were: John E. Adams, Tom J. Barton, George M. Bodner, William F. Carroll,
Jr., Thomas M. Connelly, Thomas R. Gilbert, Rigoberto Hernandez, Paul W. Jagodzinski, Valerie J.
Kuck, Ingrid Montes, Donna J. Nelson, Dorothy J. Phillips, Barbara A. Sawrey, Diane G. Schmidt, and
Kathleen M. Schulz. Present by invitation for all or parts of the meeting were: Brian A. Bernstein,
Denise L. Creech, Manuel Guzman, Mary Kirchhoff, Martha K. Lester, Flint H. Lewis, Glenn S. Ruskin,
David T. Smorodin, Frank E. Walworth, Marleen G. Weidner, and George M. Whitesides. More than
four hundred observers were present at various times during the meeting.