Association for Accounting Marketing Announces New Board Members

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Association for Accounting Marketing Announces New Board Members
Newly Elected Board Members Will Help Shape the Future of Accounting Marketing and Business Development Organization

July 2, 2019 | Lexington, KY
 - Association for Accounting Marketing (AAM), the leading trade association committed to providing educational opportunities and professional support for marketing and business development professionals in the accounting industry, announces the appointment of two new members and re-election of two members to its Board of Directors.

The two elected, first-term board members-at-large include:
  • Jennifer Cantero, marketing director at Sensiba San Filippo
  • Stephanie Gandsey, marketing director at DHJJ
The 2019-2020 Board of Directors includes:
  • Jen Lemanski, senior manager of practice growth at PKF Texas (President)
  • Craig Browning, director of marketing and personnel at KWC CPAs (Immediate Past President)
  • Melissa Hornsby Brogan, marketing director at Barnes Dennig (President-Elect)
  • Becca Davis, director of practice growth at Rea & Associates (Vice President)
  • Nathan Wozniak, marketing opersations manager at BKD (Secretary)
  • Carrie Steffen, president and co-founder of the Whetstone Group (Treasurer)
  • Græme Gordon, executive director at Praxity - Global Alliance (Member-at-Large)
  • Charles Ludmer, chief marketing officer at CohnReznick (Member-at-Large)
  • Bonnie Buol Ruszczyk, owner/founder at BBR Companies LLC (Member-at-Large)
  • Katie Butler Cohodes, marketing manager at Weinstein Spira (Member-at-Large)
  • Crystal Mapp, marketing director at KPM CPAs & Advisors (Member-at-Large)
  • Natalie McCann, national account manager and marketing specialist at Checkpoint Marketing for Firms (Member-at-Large)
  • Nicole Sterling, director of marketing and communications at RSW Accounting + Consulting (Member-at-Large)
  • Ed Warren, industry marketing/business development specialist (Member-at-Large)
As the governing body of AAM, the Board of Directors is responsible for guiding the strategic direction of the organization. Specifically, the leaders are committed to promoting excellence and elevating the professional stature of marketing, business development and other practice growth professionals at all career levels, directly impacting members' professional development and careers through education, networking and thought leadership to growth both people and accounting practices.
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