IFDA New York Names Tolliver President
March 4, 2013,
NEW YORK--Jessica Tolliver, owner of Jessica Tolliver Marketing & PR, has been named the president of the New York Chapter of the International Furnishings and Design Association.
Tolliver brings 20 years of communications experience to her role as president of IFDA. "My goal for 2013 is to continue to raise the profile of this vital organization and attract new members who will add their ideas and talents to the mix," said Tolliver. "We have an outstanding calendar of educational and fun events planned. IFDA is committed to creating exciting forums where members and extended community can learn about 'what's next' for the industry--whether its trends, technologies or amazing young talent."
The IFDA 2013 Board of Directors are: Andrea Algaze, VP Programs; Claire Coleman, FIFDA, Founding Member and Director at Large; Rose Gilbert, FIFDA, VP Communications & Publications; Trevor Godwin,Student Liaison; Su Hilty,VP Financial Resources and Special Events; Susan Hirsh,VP Education/Educational Foundation; Anna Israel, Student Liaison; Maria Malpica,VP Membership Recruitment; Lisa McMahon, VP Public Relations; Rose Ott, VP Social Media; Michelle Slovak,VP Membership Retention; Tamara Stephenson, VP Communications & Publications; Wendy Silverstein, VP Programs,and Lauren Stern, VP Social Media. Rosemarie Hittmeyer continues in her role as the New York Office Administrator.
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