Chicago, IL, March 26, 2007 -- Tukaiz, LLC - a creative services group based in the Chicago suburb of Franklin Park, Illinois - has added a key senior executive to its management team to help direct its growing business. The company announced today that Karen Wolz has joined Tukaiz as General Manager.
Most recently, Wolz was Vice President, Director of Print Production at Draft/Draftfcb. In her role at Draft/Draftfcb, she led the re-engineering of the print production and studio services department including implementing streamlined workflows and providing enhanced services. Prior to Draft/Draftfcb, Wolz spent 24 years with Seven Worldwide, Inc. where she held numerous executive management positions.
“Karen brings tremendous talent, experience and energy to Tukaiz,” said Dan Defino, Vice President and Partner. “Having known Karen professionally for a number of years, I am confident that she will play a key role in achieving the growth aspirations of the company.”
“I am delighted to join the Tukaiz team. Tukaiz is an impressive and innovative company, comprised of talented and passionate people. The partners and employees have created a company culture that fosters development of unique solutions for our clients. I look forward to contributing to the ongoing growth of Tukaiz,” said Wolz.
Wolz has served many years on the Board of Directors for the Chicago Advertising Federation and participates on committees for the Chicago Creative Club and the Chicago Print Production Club. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Graphic Arts from Northern Illinois University.
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