On behalf of MENG, I’m pleased to introduce our new Board members who each bring a tremendous amount of marketing intelligence, experience and specialization that will benefit our members and the direction of MENG moving forward
Old Saybrook, CT (Vocus/PRWEB) February 24, 2011
The Marketing Executives Networking Group (MENG), a nearly 2000 member, not-for-profit organization of senior-level marketing professionals, today announced five new Board members have been elected by the membership to its 14 member Board. Three members were re-elected to their current roles, including Francey Smith and Marc Engelsman as Members at Large and Richard Sellers as Chairman.
“On behalf of MENG, I’m pleased to introduce our new Board members who each bring a tremendous amount of marketing intelligence, experience and specialization that will benefit our members and the direction of MENG moving forward,” stated Richard Sellers, Chairman of MENG & Founder of Demand Marketing. “I’m also excited that we’ll be realizing several strategic initiatives this year that will continue to enhance the experience for our members.”
Newly elected MENG Board members with terms ending January 2013, include:
Secretary: Janna Markle, Louisville, KY
Technology Chair: Eric Webb, Charlotte, NC
Chapter Chair: Andrea Kastner, McKinney, TX
Members at Large: Wilder Baker, Darien, CT
Ted Ehling, Chester, NJ
“MENG would also like to extend a large thank you to Mary Conley Eggert (Illinois), Chair of the Board Nominating Committee, which also included MENG Members, Young Mi Park (New York), Dan Ross (Massachusetts), Steve Walton (Florida) and Tito Zamalloa (California), for managing a successful Board succession process,” added Sellers.
For complete biographies and pictures of MENG’s new and existing Board members, visit MENG’s Board web page.
The Marketing Executives Networking Group (MENG) is the premiere international community of executive-level marketers who share their passion and expertise to ensure each member’s success. This not-for-profit organization of nearly 2,000 members fosters career and personal success across virtually all industries and marketing specialties by providing networking opportunities and the ability to share knowledge and best practices. Members must have reached at least the VP level in their organization. Eighty-four percent of members have Fortune 500 experience and 70% have earned graduate degrees. To learn more about MENG, post executive level marketing positions, or to access MENG’s database of marketing executives, speakers and consultants, visit http://www.MENGonline.com. MENG can also be found through its blog, MENG Blend, or Twitter at http://www.Twitter.com/MENGonline.