Kelly Hogg Becomes IPMA President
The In-plant Printing and Mailing Association (IPMA) has a new international president. Kelly Hogg, director of Printing and Copying Services at the University of Virginia, stepped into that role on Jan. 1, after serving as IPMA’s president-elect for the past two years and as member at-large for the prior two years. The new president-elect is Christopher Donlon, manager of Digital and Print Production for the Kohler Co.
Hogg has more than 30 years of experience in the graphics and printing industry and holds a bachelor’s degree from Virginia Commonwealth University in Painting and Printmaking. He has been an active member of IPMA since 1998, attending his first conference in Norfolk, Va.
“Our members and vendor partners are what makes IPMA the leading organization representing in-plants,” says Hogg. “It takes strong dedicated leadership guiding the organization, and I’ve had the pleasure to work with and be part of such a group over the past four years. I would like to acknowledge and thank two of those individuals as they move into new roles: Sherri Isbell, our new past president, and Dwayne Magee, our outgoing past president. Both have worked tirelessly to strengthen the organization and focused on helping our members. I can ensure you these standards will continue as we start the new year and plan for the future.”
Founded in 1964, IPMA is the only professional association dedicated exclusively to meeting the needs of all in-house printers and mailers. The more than 700 members of IPMA are managers and directors from in-plant printing and mailing facilities throughout the United States. IPMA is headquartered in Kearney, Mo. For more information, visit www.ipma.org.
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