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Vicki Keenan Named President, Association Of Graphic Communications

Friday, July 14, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

NEW YORK, NY, July 6, 2006 -- The Board of Directors of the Association of Graphic Communications has announced the appointment of Vicki R. Keenan as the Association’s president, effective July 1. AGC is a regional trade association representing the NY/NJ/CT metro area’s $20 billion graphic communications industry. Ms. Keenan, who joined AGC in 1993, has served the PIA/GATF regional affiliate organization during the past 13 years in several capacities, most recently as its Executive Vice President. She succeeds Susan Greenwood who resigned to pursue other career opportunities. In addition to her presidential duties, she will continue to be directly responsible for managing the association’s advocacy efforts, in both its public/media relations and federal/state/local government affairs programs. “We are appreciative of the many valuable contributions made by Susie Greenwood to the organization during her five-year tenure,” noted new AGC Chairman Joe Brocato (Sandy Alexander, Inc.). “Our Board is confident that Vicki’s integrity, dedication and lengthy service to AGC and the graphics industry will be a very positive force in advancing the Association’s mission and leadership.” Keenan has more than 30 years of experience in corporate and association management, as well as public advocacy, and participates on numerous Boards of Directors, public-private task forces and civic organizations. She came to AGC after relocating to her native New Jersey from Washington, D.C. where she served in senior positions at the Bechtel Corporation, American Consulting Engineers Council and National Newspaper Association. She was honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for her participation in its “Common Sense Initiative” and was awarded the “Hammer Award for Public Service” by (former) U.S. Vice President Al Gore.




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