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Management Team Member Angie Galimanis Named Vice President;
Amber Roberts Advances to Managing Director
New York/Portland, Ore. — April 5, 2011 — LANE PR, an independently owned, national public relations agency, has promoted two individuals. Angie Galimanis has been appointed vice president and Amber Roberts has been named managing director.
“We are pleased to once again recognize the individuals who have made a significant impact on the agency’s growth during the past several years,” said Wendy Lane Stevens, founder and president of LANE PR. “Both of these individuals have proven extraordinary leadership skills for the agency and for our clients nationwide. We look forward to their continued success in 2011.”
Angie Galimanis as Vice President
A member of LANE PR since 2006, Galimanis has more than 15 years of public relations and marketing experience. She will drive the long-term strategic goals for a wide range of clients, including Umpqua Bank, Moonstruck Chocolate Co., The Heathman Hotel and Widmer Brothers Brewing.
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Geoff Cubitt, president and chief technology officer at Roundarch, explains how Roundarch helped ClubCorp transform the country club experience on Fox Business.
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After Portland Fine Art’s great success last year at the AAF in NYC, they are attending again this May with two new artists. Sculptor Lawrence Morrell and painter Gary Reddick will join K Silve for a dynamic trio. These three distinctly different artists have a thread that weaves between them.
Morrell’s innovative sculptures describe reimagined life forms in luminous and intricately textured glass. He is preoccupied by the new science of synthetic biology. Similar to the way scientists may reengineer an organism’s function by rearranging it’s genetic structure, he reorganizes images from the natural world using computers. His fused and carved sculptures are informed by these images describing a refined surface of dense and organic textures in this solid yet translucent material. Taking it a step further, he floats multiple sculptures on top of one another. The visual interaction between these life forms references the positive and negative aspects of this new and controversial science.