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Anne Mondro (March 2012) – Board Members Speak

Leading up to Board service: In the fall of 1995 I remember nervously anticipating my first jewelry and metals class taught by Tom Madden at College for Creative Studies. On that first day I had a torch in hand and with Tom’s encouraging words guiding me along I learned to anneal. I was terrified, yet […]

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Anika Smulovitz (February 2012) – Board Members Speak

Upon joining the Board, I took on the responsibilities of secretary, liaison to the Volunteer Coordinator, and liaison to the Program Review Committee. In my second year, my responsibilities changed. I am now the liaison to, as well as a member of the Editorial Advisory Committee (EAC) for Metalsmith magazine.

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Caroline Gore (January 2012) – Board Members Speak

I am currently two and a half years into my board service. I am the chair of the Exhibitions Planning Committee (EPC), working with Kristin Beeler, Jessica Calderwood, Nicole Jacquard and Ellen Laing.

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Treasurer’s Chest – January 2012

Hello all. I am the newly elected treasurer as of the May 2011 conference and I thought
I’d start a new column to explain various things about the organization, our financial
statements, the budgeting process, etc.

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Bryan Park (November 2011) – Board Members Speak

Leading up to my board position About twelve years ago, I joined SNAG as a high school student, primarily to get the magazine. When I attended my first conference in St. Petersburg several years later, I discovered that there was a lot more than Metalsmith. I was thrilled to meet people excited about the same […]

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