Graphic Arts Leaders of the Americas Award Recipients Named
Mayes has dedicated years of service to the American printing industry. He has served as chairman of the PIVA local affiliate (1997-98 and 2006-07), as well as serving with the Printing Industries of America at the national level (2005).
Mayes is currently chairman of the research committee and the Premier Print awards. He also chairs the C.S. Monroe Technical Center’s graphic communications advisory board, a post he held in the 2004-05 period, as well. In addition, he has served on the Printing Industries of America Finance Committee for 3 years. In 2008, Mayes was inducted into the Printing Impressions/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame. He has since that time chaired the Printing Industries of America’s Premier Print Awards Committee.
Mayes is also active in his community. He is a member of the advisory board of BB&T Bank in Loudon County, VA and works closely with the Monroe Technical Center – Loudon County, Virginia’s technical school – and has served as chairman of the advisory board for the Graphic Arts Department, from 2006-2007.
Jim holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the American University in Washington, DC.
Juan Marinetti Verderau — Latin American Graphic Leader 2011
CONLATINGRAF, the Latin American Graphic Industry Confederation, is proud to announce that Juan Marinetti Verderau has been named the 2011 Latin American Graphic Leader. Marinetti Verderau is the president of Marinetti Packing in Santiago, Chile, a leading packaging and label printer.
GALA Winner JuanMarinetti Verderau is from Santiago, Chile, where he received his primary and high school education at the colegio del verbo divino. He completed his studies at the University of Chile.
Marinetti Verderau’s career began with his family’s business, Marinetti S.A., in 1972. He there held various positions until he was elected general manager of the company in 1985, and served in that role until 1997. Marinetti Verderau eventually became president of the board of directors of Marinetti S.A. Chile.
Marinetti Verderau has been involved with Chilean printing association ASIMPRES since 1987. He served as director and became the association’s president from 1999 until 2003. He currently holds the title of vice president. He is also vice president of CENEM, the Chilean Center for container and packaging industries, where he has held various leadership roles since 2000.
Graphics of the Americas 2011 in Orlando
Graphics of the Americas 2011 is scheduled for February 24-26, 2011 in Orlando at the Orange County Convention Center. To register or for more information, please visit: www.goa2011.com
About Printing Association of Florida (PAF)
The Printing Association of Florida is one of the most active and influential printing associations in North America, occupying a headquarters in Orlando, Fla. More than 400 Florida-based graphic arts companies consider the PAF their ultimate business partner. Governed by an all-volunteer board of directors elected by its membership, the PAF is a not-for-profit association representing the interests of the graphic arts industry throughout the state. PAF is affiliated with Printing Industries of America, the world’s largest graphic arts trade association, making PAF members a part of the largest, most comprehensive graphic arts advocacy organization in the world. PAF is located at 6275 Hazeltine National Drive, Orlando, FL 32822, by phone: (407) 240-8009 Fax: (407) 240-8333, and on the Web at www.pafgraf.org.
About Graphics of the Americas (GOA)
Now in its 36th year, Graphics of the Americas is produced annually by the Printing Association of Florida, Inc., and an industry trade association. GOA 2011 is scheduled for February 24-26, 2011 at the Orange County Convention Center (North Hall). GOA is one of the graphic communications industry’s largest, annual combined exposition and education events in the U.S. With worldwide attendance, GOA is a unique expo and conference that attracts over 9,500 printers, designers, and creative professionals from North America, Central America, South America and the Caribbean. To register or for more information, call 1-800-331-0461, or visit: www.goa2011.com.