American Advertising Federation, Inc Announces Appointment of Executives
Jul 1 13
American Advertising Federation Inc. announced its new board leadership, elected at its annual conference in Phoenix on June 7, who will serve during the 2013-2014 year, beginning through June 30, 2014: Wendy Clark, Senior Vice President, Global Sparkling Brand Center, The Coca-Cola Company, is the new chair of the Federation; Rich Stoddart, President, North America, Leo Burnett, is the new vice chair of the Federation; Andy Narrai, President and Partner at the Trefoil Group, will continue as National Treasurer; Geri Wang, President, ABC Sales, at The Disney/ABC Television Group, is the new Assistant Treasurer; and Greg DAlba, President, CNN News Networks and Turner Digital Ad Sales and Marketing at Turner Broadcasting, will continue in his role as secretary of the board, along with assistant secretary James N. Norton, Head of Sales, AOL.
American Advertising Federation, Inc Announces Appointments to its Board of Directors
Jun 9 13
American Advertising Federation Inc. announced the following appointments to its board of directors: Club Officers: President, Jill Busch, of American Trust & Savings Bank; first vice president, at-large, Shelby Wartick, of Area Residential Care; second vice president, communications director, Amanda Lawson, of Platinum Supplemental Insurance Inc.; past president, co-club achievement director, Shannon Murphy, of OnMedia Advertising; treasurer, Nate Harbin, of Premier Bank; and secretary, co-education director, Erin Sell, of Medical Associates. Directors: Membership director, Kelli Buchenau, of the city of Dubuque; program director, Beth Mescher, of Greater Dubuque Development Corp; ADDY co-director, Colleen Havens, of Great River Technologies; ADDY co-director, Stephonie Schmitz, of SAO Dzynz Inc.; co-education, co-club achievement director, Jason Schwass, of McCullough Creative Inc.; social director, Amy Kemp, of McCullough Creative Inc.; public service director, Kristin Hill, of Dubuque Symphony Orchestra; and at-large, Wendy Vosberg, of Telegraph Herald.