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The American Distilled Spirits Alliance (ADSA) and its predecessor organization, The Presidents Forum of the Distilled Spirits Industry (TPF), has advocated on behalf of adult beverage alcohol for over forty years. During that time, ADSA has worked on a range of public policy issues important to the Alliance such as ingredients, distillation, aging, barreling, carriage, labeling, sales, marketing, distribution and taxation.

The Alliance supports responsible federal, state and local policies toward alcohol that underpin the moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages and the continued implementation of common-sense policies toward legislation, regulation and taxation of members’ products.

Members of the Alliance are committed to doing business in a responsible manner and, thus, has developed a Statement of Responsible Practices, as a non-binding guide of principles of accountability for its members.

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ADSA Announces the Appointment of Amanda Nguyen as its New President/CEO

ADSA is delighted to announce the appointment of Amanda Nguyen as its new President / CEO, succeeding Matt Dogali, the current President/CEO.

Amanda joins ADSA after seven years at the Fragrance Creators Association, where Amanda served as its Vice President, Government Affairs and Legal. Amanda previously worked for the Tennessee Attorney General’s Office. Amanda holds a JD from Vanderbilt University Law School and a BA in Political Science from Wichita State University.

Commenting on Amanda’s appointment, David Bratcher, current ADSA Chairman, said “we are thrilled to have Amanda join and lead ADSA through the next phase of its development into a leading beverage alcohol trade association. Amanda brings a wealth of experience in critical and relevant policy areas of health, regulation, and taxation, all of which will play an essential role in the future shape of the beverage alcohol industry.”

"I am honored and excited to join the American Distilled Spirits Alliance as President / CEO. This organization shapes the distilled spirits landscape, and I am committed to fostering innovation, collaboration, and sustainable growth within the industry. Cheers to a new chapter of partnership and prosperity" commented Amanda.

ADSA would like to thank Matt Dogali for his contributions to ADSA over the past six years, which has seen unprecedented growth in ADSA’s membership and recognition. We wish Matt the very best for future success as he transitions to his new business venture.


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