Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association (MIMA) Announces New Board of Directors

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Interactive marketing association changes leadership for 2006.

The Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association (MIMA, http://www.mima.org) welcomes 15 local interactive professionals to its board of directors.

The new board welcomes Kristina Halvorson as its new president. Halvorson has been on the MIMA board of directors since 2002 and is the founder and president of Brain Traffic (http://www.braintraffic.com). MIMA’s outgoing president is Bret Busse, the CIO of Evantage Consulting (http://www.evantageconsulting.com), who began his term in 2004.

“It’s been fantastic to watch MIMA grow and I really appreciate all the hard work the board and volunteers have put in to make these past two years a success,” Busse says. “Now I’m excited to be able to focus on developing our executive advisory board.”

Halvorson accepts her new role with a sincere appreciation of what has been accomplished while Busse was president, “During Bret’s tenure, our membership doubled. Event attendance tripled. Throughout this time of enormous change, Bret has led with a cool head, a steady hand and a killer sense of humor.”

The 2006 MIMA board of directors includes:

To best serve MIMA’s 300 members, the board strives to provide quality events, like the upcoming February seminar, “The Big Picture: Putting the User Experience in Context.” For information on this and future events, visit: http://www.mima.org/events

ABOUT MIMA

Founded in 1998, the Minnesota Interactive Marketing Association (MIMA) is a networking and professional development forum for interactive marketing professionals. Members include professionals from all disciplines of design, media, promotions, content development, product development, publishing, marketing, usability and experience design. At MIMA, we connect, educate and partner with our members and guests to elevate the quality of interactive marketing practiced here and around the country.

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