The American Advertising Federation of Buffalo (AAF Buffalo) has announced its 2020-21 board of directors, including new vice presidents of communications and programming.
With roots in the community dating 50 years, AAF Buffalo supports and connects communications professionals in Western New York. As a nonprofit organization, the club is managed by a volunteer board of marketing professionals representing advertising agencies and companies throughout Western New York. AAF Buffalo finished the 2019-20 membership year with 300 members.
McKenna Murray, project manager at Barclay Damon LLP, was named vice president of communications of the board for the 2020-21 membership year. This will be Murray’s second year on the board. Jeff Quinn, account executive for Luminus, was named vice president of programming. This will be Quinn’s second year on the board. Josh Gumulak, senior account executive at FARM, will serve his second year as president of AAF Buffalo.
In addition to Murray, Quinn, and Gumulak, executive committee members include:
New board members elected to serve a three-year term are:
Returning board members continuing a three-year term include:
More information on the 2020-2021 AAF Buffalo board of directors can be found at https://aafbuffalo.com/about/.
With more than 300 professional, student and corporate members, AAF Buffalo strives to bridge the gap between passions, occupations and experience levels to create a single unified community that provides national industry involvement with a local focus. AAF Buffalo offers a variety of events and initiatives year-round, including national speakers, member-only “Skillshops,” networking events, student scholarship programs, the American Advertising Awards and much more. For more information about AAF Buffalo and its upcoming events, visit www.aafbuffalo.com. Follow on Facebook and Twitter.