PIA/GATF Hires Nancy Shafranski-Campobello as New Marketing Director
Press release from the issuing company
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA (August 14, 2002) – The Printing Industries of America, Inc. (PIA) and the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation (GATF) have hired a new marketing director, Nancy Shafranski-Campobello.
"We are delighted to welcome Nancy to the PIA/GATF team. She is a results-oriented team builder with industry knowledge and an understanding of the GATF product line, having been a print buyer for many years. She is going to be an outstanding asset to our organization," said Michael Makin, CEO of PIA/GATF.
Shafranski-Campobello brings a wealth of experience in database marketing, plan development, market research and direct mail to the position.
"I grew up in the printing industry and I am familiar with the affiliate structure. It is going to be very exciting to work with PIA/GATF members and affiliates to continue the excellence the organizations are known for. This is challenging time for the industry and PIA/GATF has the tools to help our members confront the future," she said.
Nancy is married to Mark Campobello, the chief financial officer for the American Urological Association; the couple has two daughters.
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