New NAMA Staff: Four Additions to Bolster Meetings, Finance, Communications Teams

The North American Millers’ Association (NAMA), Arlington, VA (202-484-2200), in early May announced four additions to its meetings, finance, and communications teams.

Megan Baker and Francesca Purcell have been added to NAMA’s meetings team.

Baker has been involved in meeting planning for more than 19 years. Purcell’s professional background includes assignments with the Marriott hotel group and Greenbrier Resort.

Angie Quinn will be providing accounting and financial planning for NAMA. Quinn has 20 years of experience in accounting, auditing, bookkeeping, and tax work for non-profit organizations. She spent 13 years as a senior accountant and auditor at a Washington, D.C.-based accounting firm, where she worked exclusively with non-profits.

For the past several years, Quinn has been running her own accounting and consulting company, specializing in accounting and bookkeeping services.

Sarah Hubbart will be providing communications strategy for NAMA. Her career has been a blend of work in communications and policy in D.C., with assignments in government affairs, issues management, and coalition building in the food and agriculture sector. Hubbart has worked with the Animal Agriculture Alliance and Michael Torrey Associates, a boutique consulting firm.

According to NAMA President Jane DeMarchi, “NAMA is supported by a strong team that brings decades of experience and expertise that reflects the association’s goals for 2021 and beyond.”

From Third Quarter 2021 Milling Journal