The Baltimore Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA Baltimore) today announced that its members have elected Barnaby Wickham as new Board president, as well as the addition of five new vice president-level Board members for the 2013-2014 year.
Barnaby Wickham is an experienced and highly productive marketing professional with demonstrated success in integrating traditional marketing with the latest digital tools to maximize sales and profitability. Through his career, Barnaby has been an entrepreneur, senior marketing manager and client advocate. In his current capacity as Director of Marketing at Met Laboratories, Inc, Barnaby leads the development and execution of digital and e-marketing initiatives and is responsible for strategic communications, budgeting, P&L management and data analysis. Barnaby graduated from Bates College, and received an MBA from University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business.
Additional members new to the Board this year include:
• Luke Harlan, CEO of Harlan Marketing Solutions, will assume the role of Vice President of Sponsorships;
• Colleen McKenna, Principal of Intero Advisory, will serve as VP of Programming;
• Erika Milenkovic, Resource Development Specialist at Maryland New Directions, will become the Vice President of Communications;
• Mira Davis-Kelly, Research Manager for Observation Baltimore, will assume the role of Secretary;
• Dov Hoffman, Marketing Specialist for Columbia Technologies, will take the position of VP of Collegiate.
Retaining his Board position into the coming year is Bob Incorvati, CPA, Principal at R Incorvati & Co, who will continue as AMA Treasurer. President Keith Michel will become the Board’s Immediate Past President.
“With the addition of such great new talent to lead our growing team of volunteers, we couldn’t be happier about the future of our Chapter,” said Barnaby Wickham, AMA Board President-elect. “We look forward to the opportunity to bring even more valuable networking and learning opportunities to the marketing professionals of the Baltimore metropolitan area.”