PRINTING United Alliance, the most comprehensive member-based printing and graphic arts association in the U.S., is proud to honor women in the printing industry by celebrating Women’s History Month.
Throughout the month of March, the Alliance will be highlighting women’s stories of success, achievements, and accomplishments across its various channels, including planned daily podcast presentations and dedicated editorial, and through its dedicated Women in Print Alliance advisory group, one of the many committees represented in the Alliance’s volunteer leadership realm.
Special Women’s History Month Podcast Series
A special podcast series dedicated to Women’s History Month will be available throughout the month of March on Printing Impressions, Apple, and Spotify. Follow along as NAPCO Editorial Director Denise M. Gustavson speaks with the following inspiring women in printing:
- Adriane Harrison, VP, human relations consulting, PRINTING United Alliance
- Ashley Lorince, director, intercompany scheduling and client delivery, Orora Visual
- Elaine Scrima, VP operations, GSP Retail
- Emily Kotecki, marketing manager, Bradford & Bigelow
- Jodi Solotoff, owner, PIP Livingston
- Julia Kaufman, color production supervisor, Cushing and Co.
- Katherine Heiden, Timson team lead, Worzalla
- Kathy Guerineau-Shook, national account director, Image Options
- Laura Lawton, president, Lawton Printing Services
- Lauren Tarbet, coordinator – warehouse & copy center, Pflugerville Independent School District
- LeeAnn Reed, VP/GM, Duggal
- Madison Bailey, owner, SpeedPro Wilmington
- Shelbi Macfarlane, VP sales and marketing, ProGraphix
- Tammy Caserta, director of digital, mailing services & wide format, Think Patented
- …with more to come
“This March, in celebration of women and Women’s History Month, we have the opportunity to honor women’s contributions to printing,” says Gustavson. “It’s the stories of these women’s achievements, courage, leadership, strength, resilience, and determination that provide everyone with the inspiration to build, grow, and nurture the careers of all those in the industry, whether just starting out or with decades of career investment under their belt.
“Women bring so much experience and strength to printing and it is our pleasure to be able to share just a portion of their stories with the industry this month.”
Women in Print Alliance — a PRINTING United Alliance Advisory Group
Women in the printing industry should stay tuned for exciting updates about this dynamic leadership organization for 2022, where opportunities to excel through connections, networking, and content developed specifically for this rapidly growing group will be made available.
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