Two CSUSB staff to serve on AAF-IE executive board


Two Cal State San Bernardino staff members will fill the top executive board positions for the American Advertising Federation-Inland Empire in 2012-2013.

Jacob Poore and Lacey Kendall

Jacob Poore (l) and Lacey Kendall

Jacob Poore, marketing coordinator for the university’s academic computing and media department, is the chapter’s incoming president.  Lacey Kendall, of Rialto, a broadcasting information technology consultant for the same department and operations chief for Coyote Radio, is vice president.

“I am very excited about carrying on the long tradition of service to the advertising community here in the Inland Empire,” said Poore.  “We have a board strategy meeting on July 28 to get off to a great start.  I want to thank Jon Burgess and John McCarthy for their outstanding service last year.”

Julie Wright, of Wrightwood, editor of Sight and Scent Magazine, returns as secretary, and the new treasurer is Bobbi Albano, from Rialto, who is an accountant at Loma Linda University.

Burgess, vice president at Red Fusion Media in Redlands, will advise the board as immediate past president. McCarthy, senior director, digital strategy at WebMetro in San Dimas and also a past president, will continue as chair of events, including the ADDY Awards.

Tom Windeknecht, a project manager at Red Fusion Media continues on the board, and joining the team is Su Pak of Claremont, a brand manager for Nickelodeon Games and founder/blogger of  John Barry of Newport Beach continues as the public relations chair for the AAF.

To learn more about the AAF, the ADDY Awards and upcoming events, visit the American Advertising Federation-Inland Empire’s website.