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ISA Announces Board of Directors for 2022

Michael Hage to serve as board chair.




The International Sign Association (Alexandria, VA) has announced its 2022 board of directors.

The executive committee members are the following:

Michael Hage of All Signs in Gulfport, Mississippi, will serve as board chair. Deborah Hutcheson of Agfa Corporation in Elmwood Park, New Jersey, is vice chair. Mandy Wisner of Southern Signs in Natchez, Mississippi, will be secretary/treasurer. John Yarger of North American Signs in South Bend, Indiana, is immediate past chair.

In addition to the executive committee members, the board members are:

  • Matthew Baker, Bakers’ Signs & Manufacturing, Conroe, Texas
  • Nicole Bergstrom, SmithCraft Custom Architectural Signs, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Tabitha Bowen, All-Right Sign, Steger, Illinois
  • Mike Lev, Harbinger Sign, Jacksonville, Florida
  • Andrew Oransky, Roland DGA Corporation, Irvine, California
  • Corey Perez, Ad Art, Inc., Flower Mound, Texas
  • Carlos Salinas, CS Signs, Ladera Ranch, California
  • Matt Smith, Graphic Solutions Group, Inc., Dallas, Texas
  • Betsy Swan, Allen Industries, Inc., Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Judy Walton, Premium Outlets | Simon, Laguna Hills, California
  • Adam Yorston, Yorston & Associates, Hellertown, Pennsylvania

“Every year, I am amazed by the talented individuals who step up to lead ISA,” said Lori Anderson, ISA president and CEO. “And every year, I think we have the strongest board we’ve ever had. This year is no different. These board members represent the diversity of our industry and will provide excellent insight as our industry continues to recover from the pandemic and face the challenges ahead.”




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