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Call for Nominations: Naomi Berber Memorial Award

Monday, May 11, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

Pittsburgh, PA -- Printing Industries of America and its Ben Franklin Society are seeking to honor an outstanding woman in the graphic communications industry. Nominations for the Naomi Berber Memorial Award are due July 3, 2009.
 
The Berber Award was established in 1976 and honors the "First Lady of the Foundation," Naomi Berber, who served as Graphic Arts Technical Foundation's first administrative director and was the first woman elected to the Society of Fellows, now known as the Ben Franklin Society. This award is presented annually to a woman who has made major contributions to the development of the graphic communications industry.
 
Nominees for the Berber Award must have worked in the graphic communications field for ten or more years and achieved an outstanding record of accomplishments. Such activities could be in the form of extraordinary leadership, direction, and/or support of programs that have furthered the interests of the industry.
 
A committee of independent judges will review nominations and select a recipient for the Berber Award. This year's award will be presented at Printing Industries of America's Fall Administrative Meetings, November 12-15, 2009, in Charleston, SC. This forum hosts an impressive audience of industry leaders, including boards of directors and committee members for Printing Industries of America, its Ben Franklin Society, and the Print and Graphics Scholarship Foundation (PGSF).
 
For more information, contact Chrystal Senay, Marketing Assistant, at 412-259-1736 or csenay@printing.org. Written requests can be directed to Chrystal Senay, 200 Deer Run Road, Sewickley, PA 15143-2600.

 

 

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