Barb C. Anselm of Xerox Named IPMA Outstanding Contributor
Press release from the issuing company
July 15, 2004 -- The International Publishing Management Association recognized Barb Anselm, vice president of Xerox Corporation's Production Systems Marketing Communications, with its 2004 Outstanding Contributor Award. This year's Outstanding Contributor award honors six IPMA members who have contributed to the organization locally or internationally at an extraordinary level.
Anselm has contributed her time and talents to the association by serving as a member of IPMA's vendor council; shaping the association's strategies for the vendor community; advising on ways to increase membership; and assisting in the development of relevant learning seminars.
Xerox recently served as a key sponsor of IPMA's annual conference in Philadelphia and took part in a vendor fair showcasing its Nuvera 120 Copier/Printer. In addition to being a conference speaker, Anselm led over 20 IPMA members on a tour of the first DocuColor iGen3 customer in Philadelphia, The Strata Companies.
At Xerox, Anselm's responsibilities include advertising, direct marketing, event marketing and customer engagement for the Production Systems Group worldwide.
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