Technology Marketing Alliance Announces 2010 Board of Advisors

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Washington, DC-based Senior-Marketing Organization Begins Fourth Year with Plans for Growth in Programming and Membership Engagement

The Technology Marketing Alliance (TMA), the definitive forum for the top technology marketers in the Washington, D.C. area, is pleased to announce a new board of advisors for 2010-2011. The TMA board volunteers its time to the community of senior-level technology marketers, and contributes valuable insight into speaker selection, membership development and promotion.

The incoming board expresses deep appreciation for the outgoing board members who have grown the organization to where it is today.
“Marketers are increasingly seeing their role evolve and change in this business climate,” says Elizabeth Shea, TMA chair and CEO of SpeakerBox Communications. “With more emphasis on lead generation, new communication strategies, compelling positioning, online engagement, etc, our members benefit from the best practices of other members and the TMA community.”

Members of the 2010-2011 TMA board of advisors include:

  •     Elizabeth Shea, CEO, SpeakerBox Communications
  •     Pam Casale, CMO, Intellitactics
  •     Tony Cook, VP of Marketing, GetWellNetwork
  •     Warren Jones, VP of Marketing, Enterworks
  •     Reggie Kouba, CEO, RMK Productions
  •     Gary McNeil, VP of Marketing, Parature
  •     Robert Morton, Global VP of Marketing, Blackboard
  •     Jen Norman, Korn/Ferry International
  •     Brian Reed, CMO, Boxtone

The new advisory board members are busy planning for a robust year of programming, including three published upcoming events. All of the TMA events will provide open forums and continuing education for the marketing professional. More information on upcoming events is available http://technologymarketingalliance.com/technology-marketing-events/

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