The American Quilter’s Society Is Growing

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In response to increased lines of business and marketplace demand, the American Quilter’s Society is pleased to announce a number of staff additions and promotions.

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In response to increased lines of business and marketplace demand, the American Quilter’s Society is pleased to announce the following staff additions and promotions:

  •     Elaine Brelsford has been promoted from executive book editor to executive director of iQuilt.com.
  •     Angela Henry has been promoted from AQ magazine designer to managing editor of AQ magazine.
  •     Alissa Norton has joined the American Quilter’s Society as educational content producer.
  •     Hayden Ohmes has joined the American Quilter’s Society as a graphic designer.
  •     Melissa Potterbaum has been promoted from lead designer to brand manager.
  •     Bill E. Schroeder has joined the American Quilter’s Society as a national accounts manager.
  •     Cari Smith has joined the American Quilter’s Society as a graphic designer.
  •     Kimberly Tetrev has joined the American Quilter’s Society as director of publications, executive editor of AQ magazine.
  •     Sylvia Thomas has been promoted from administrative assistant to social media manager.
  •     Emmy Jo Walton has joined the American Quilter’s Society as a stash specialist.

About the American Quilter’s Society

The American Quilter’s Society is the largest quilting membership organization in the world. For over thirty years, AQS has been the leading voice in quilting through a broad suite of products and educational content, including magazines, books, live events, contests, workshops, online networks, patterns, fabrics, and catalogs. At AQS, we believe that with inspiration and advice, creatively minded individuals can take their quilting projects beyond what even they have imagined. The leading authors in quilting choose to publish with AQS, the best in quilt artistry select AQS events to display their work, and the newest quilters learn from the knowledge and vision of AQS members. For more information about the American Quilter’s Society, please visit http://www.americanquilter.com or call 1-270-898-7903.

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