CTMA Makes Appointments
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The Canadian Tooling & Machining Association (CTMA) has named Sarah Grandy as its new Marketing Communications Specialist.
Grandy will report to Robert Cattle, executive director, and Julie McFarlane, office manager. She has a background in journalism and public relations, and will develop and execute all marketing and communication activities. She will focus on enhancing the association’s brand and help foster membership growth.
“On behalf of the CTMA, I am very pleased to welcome Sarah to the team,” said Cattle. “We are very excited about the potential that Sarah will bring to this new role within our organization.”
Also, Darlene Carr has stepped back from her position as the Finance and Marketing Coordinator at CTMA, she will continue to handle CTMA’s accounting functions on a contract basis.