Susan Nofi of Heidelberg USA inducted into PIA’s Ben Franklin Honor Society
Thursday, December 08, 2016
Press release from the issuing company
Kennesaw, Ga – Heidelberg USA is pleased to announce the induction of Susan Nofi, Senior Vice President, Human Resources and General Counsel, into Printing Industries of America’s Ben Franklin Honor Society. Nofi was inducted along with six other industry professionals on November 18th at its award ceremony in Kansas City, MO.
The Ben Franklin Honor Society of Printing Industries of America recognizes and honors industry leaders who have made lasting contributions to advancing the printing and graphic communications industries.
“We are thrilled to see Susan Nofi honored for her continued dedication and support of our ever-changing industry,” said Juergen Grimm, President, Heidelberg Americas. “Her countless contributions to Heidelberg and numerous other organizations have made a lasting impact to the print community. Susan is an integral part of the Heidelberg team, and we are proud of this outstanding accomplishment.”
Susan Nofi brings over 29 years of experience to the graphic communications industry. In addition to her dynamic role at Heidelberg, Susan has dedicated much of her time to the betterment of the print industry at large. Through her involvement with promoting SkillsUSA, and her roles as current chair of the Printing and Graphics Scholarship Fund, past board member of the Accrediting Council for Collegiate Graphic Communications, and advisory board member for the California Polytechnic Graphic Communication program, Susan has been influential in promoting vocational development and supporting the next generation of graphic communications professionals.
“Our industry combines creativity, technology, humanity, and communication,” said Nofi. “It is important for experienced members of the community to come together to find ways to promote print and excite new entrants into this intriguing field. I am truly grateful to be inducted into this devoted group of professionals.”
Susan has provided pro bono services to the industry, and has spoken at numerous symposiums and panels for organizations (such as various Printing Industries of America affiliates) to discuss topics including women in the print industry, the multi-generational workforce, and human resources. Susan also volunteers in her community, and has served on the board of her local Habitat for Humanity Affiliate and is the past chair of the advisory board of Devereux Georgia, a psychiatric residential facility for at risk youth.
For more information about the Ben Franklin Honor Society, please visit http://www.printing.org/honorsociety.
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