Ripon’s Julie Newhouse Speaks to Capacity Gathering at Women in Print Networking Event
Julie Newhouse, president of Ripon Printers, recently addressed a capacity turnout at Great Lakes Graphics Association’s inaugural Women in Print networking event. Her keynote address chronicled Newhouse’s inspirational story of rising through the ranks to become president of Ripon Printers, one of the nation’s largest printing companies.
Newhouse began her graphic arts career at Western Publishing Company, Racine, Wis., in 1987 after graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Stout with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology. She also earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. Attendees enjoyed hearing her unique perspective based on management responsibilities in prepress, manufacturing, sales, and customer support, in addition to her current role in managing Ripon Printers’ executive team.
“I was gratified by the large turnout and the opportunity to speak to so many women who are present and future leaders in the printing industry,” says Julie Newhouse. “I enjoyed hearing their stories as much as I enjoyed sharing my own.”
Women in Print provides opportunities for women at all levels of their professional careers to network, be inspired, and develop empowerment. Event sponsors included Color Ink, Fujifilm, Ram Recycling, Ricoh, Domtar, and Midland Paper.
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