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President: Alan D. Miller, The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch

Vice President: Teri Hayt, The (Canton, Ohio) Repository

Secretary:  Laura Sellers-Earl, The Daily Astorian, Astoria, Ore.

Journalism Studies Chair: Bill Church, Herald-Tribune Media Group, Sarasota, Fla.

Treasurer: Dennis Anderson, Peoria (Ill.) Journal Star

(officers above plus)

Past President: Debra Adams Simmons, Advance Publications

AP Senior Vice President/Executive Editor: Kathleen Carroll, New York

AP Vice President/Senior Managing Editor: Mike Oreskes, New York

Marketing Chairwoman: Angie MuhsState Journal-Register, Springfield, IL

APME News Editor: Andrew Oppmann
, Middle Tennessee State University

Conference Program:  Jim Simon, Seattle Times; Joe Hight, Oklahoma City


(Terms expiring in 2015)

Dennis Anderson, Peoria (Ill.) Journal Star

Mark BaldwinRockford (Ill.) Register Star

Chris Cobler, Victoria (Texas) Advocate

Angie Muhs, State Journal-Register, â€‹Springfield, IL

Jim Simon, The Seattle Times

Jack Lail, Knoxville News Sentinel

(Terms expiring in 2016)

David Arkin, GateHouse Media 

Sonny Albarado
, Arkansas Democrat Gazette

Autumn Phillips, The Southern Illinoisan, Carbondale, IL

Thomas Koetting, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Russ Mitchell, WKYC-TV, Cleveland

Cate Barron, Patriot-News, Harrisburg, Pa.

(Terms expiring in 2017)

Gary Graham, The Spokesman-Review, Spokane, Wash.

Joe Hight, Oklahoma City

Eric Ludgood, Fox 5 News, Atlanta

Kelly Dyer Fry, The Oklahoman

Chris Quinn, Northeast Ohio Media Group

George Rodrigue, WFAA-TV, Dallas

Ray Rivera, Santa Fe New Mexican

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