Marjorie Weiner elected president of an "alive and well" NEPA.
He said that membership was up about eight percent from the previous year, for a total of 598.
Marjorie Weiner, president and publisher of American Lawyer Media, Philadelphia, was elected 2001-2002 president. She reportedly held focus meetings with association members during the conference, to help determine her presidency's priorities.
Treasurer Robert Jenkins reported that "the books are balanced." When asked for specific numbers, executive director Patti Wysocki said more meaningful ones would be available after June 30, the end of NEPA's fiscal year.
Jenkins is the new secretary of the association, and Dan Oswald, president of Lawrence Ragan Communications Inc., Chicago, is the new treasurer.
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|Date:||Jun 15, 2001|
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