Amy Miller was hired to serve as the Executive Director of the International Surface Fabricators Association (ISFA) at the end of November. Of note is that Miller has the honor of being the first woman to serve in this highest position on the ISFA staff.
Previously, Miller was the Director of Business Development for the L.E. Smith Company, a third-generation, family-owned, premium quality surface fabricator and distributor with more than six decades of service to the construction, cabinetry, millwork and retail industries.
As the Director of Business Development for L.E. Smith for more than seven years, Miller was responsible for sales and marketing strategy implementation, new product development and brand awareness, among other key functions. She also served in various management and sales positions previously and earned a degree in marketing from Miami University.
Additionally, she was elected to the ISFA Board of Directors in late 2016, serving on the board from Jan. 1, 2017, until she stepped down to take the position as ISFA Executive Director. Miller has stepped in to fill the position held for the past year by Bryan Stannard, who is now pursuing other opportunities in the industry.
“My goal is to not only increase the membership of ISFA, but also to refine and improve the depth of member benefits the association offers,” said Miller. “I am excited to take on this responsibility and spend more time with our members discussing how we can better serve them as the organization moves forward.”
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