J.J. Keller names vice presidents

Aug. 11, 2011
J.J. Keller has named four new vice presidents to support its continued growth

J.J. Keller has named four new vice presidents to support its continued growth.

“These four associates will play a leading role in advancing our corporate objectives while contributing to the company's growth,” said Marne Keller-Krikava, vice president—strategy and business planning.

Roger E. Porath has been promoted to executive vice president-finance. Porath joined J.J. Keller in 1976 as accounting supervisor. He was most recently director of accounting/corporate controller.

Webb A. Shaw is the new vice president-editorial resources. Having joined J.J. Keller as senior editorial manager in 1992, he was most recently director of editorial resources.

Rustin R. Keller has been promoted to vice president-business services. Keller began working with the company in 1999 as Internet product manager. He was most recently director of Internet products.

J.J. Keller also named Amy B. Sabourin vice president-human resource services. Sabourin joins the company with more than 18 years of experience in the human resources field. She will be responsible for leading the company’s human resource services unit.

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