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TWHBEA Announce Organizational Changes



 

 

From: Chuck Cadle and Kristi Lane

 

Date: May 23, 2007

 

 

 

We are extremely pleased to announce the following organizational changes effective immediately.  Please join us in supporting these people in their new roles in the organization.  Additional changes will be announced in the near future.

 

Lori Puckett has been promoted to Industry Development Manager.  In this capacity Lori will be responsible for developing and executing the strategy for the new Academy program that will encompass performance, plantation and versatility as well as significantly expanding the current Instructor Certification program.  In addition, Lori will have ultimate responsibility for all horse shows, which includes the National Futurity and the World Show.  Currently, Lori also handles the Walk this Way tour, regional clinicians and the youth program.  She joined the TWHBEA in July 2006 and since that time has proven herself to be a major asset to our team.  She is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University with an Equine Science degree.  Lori was Captain of the MTSU Equestrian team for two years and has shown quarter horses successfully for many years.

 

Shauna Clark has been promoted to the position of Accounting Technician.  In this capacity, Shauna will be responsible for all accounts receivable functions, providing backup to Registry for order entry, preparing monthly accounting reports, assisting with maintenance of fixed asset records and providing support for special accounting projects.  Shauna joined the TWHBEA in March 2006 as an Advertising Sales Representative for the Voice magazine.  Shauna served in the United States Navy for four years.  During her time in the Navy, she completed accounting coursework and was responsible for the maintenance of payroll accounts for over 40,000 enlisted personnel.

 

Angelia Collins has been promoted to the position of Accounts Payable Coordinator.  In this capacity, Angelia will be responsible for all accounts payable transactions, journal entries for payroll, 401(k) and insurance as well as special projects.  Angelia joined the TWHBEA in March 2005 as an Accounting Assistant.  During the course of that time she also assumed responsibility for the Gift Shop.  She has always been a team player and with a solid background in banking and customer service we are excited about her new role.

 

Christy Duvall has been promoted to the position of Registry Operations Coordinator.  Christy worked in the Registry from 1997 to 2004 and then rejoined the team in January of this year.  In this capacity, Christy will coordinate the overall work load in the Registry while being primarily focused on mapping the process for decision-making regarding parentage verification exclusions.  During her previous tenure as well as currently, Christy has proven herself to be a valuable contributor to the total team and we appreciate her efforts.

 

Joni Jenne’ has been transferred to the position of Director of Special Marketing Programs.  Joni originally joined as the Youth Coordinator and has been with the TWHBEA for five years.  In this new capacity Joni will be focused on the betterment of services we offer our members in addition to developing sponsorships.

 

Lisa King has joined the TWHBEA as an Executive Administrator.  She and her family recently relocated from Florida to Corrnersville, Tennessee.  In her present capacity, Lisa has been working in all areas of the Association and has proven herself quite capable of mastering any task.  She has supported efforts in the Registry, worked in Industry Development, managed the preparations for the semi-annual meeting and provided general administrative support.  We welcome Lisa to the team and look forward to her future contributions.  Lisa has a background in quarter horses.

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