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Stephanie Miller on Her New Mission: DMA Member Relations VP

October 3, 2012
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For Target Marketing, eMarketing + Commerce (eM+C) and Retail Online Integration readers and virtual show and webinar attendees, the name Stephanie Miller is already very familiar. They've been following her email marketing advice for years, first while she was at Return Path and then when she took a job at Aprimo. But Miller's name is about to be familiar to them in a far different way. As of yesterday, Miller became the vice president of member relations at the Direct Marketing Association (DMA). Miller's role is a new one for the organization; it doesn't replace the senior vice president of membership position, which remains open....

 

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