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NABJ Elects Bob Butler as the 20th President to Lead the Association

Friday, August 2, 2013  
Posted by: Veronique Dodson
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NABJ Elects Bob Butler as the 20th President to Lead the Association


ORLANDO - (August 2, 2013) --The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) elected Vice President of Broadcast Bob Butler as the 20th president of the association. Butler is an award-winning multimedia journalist at KCBS radio in San Francisco, CA.

The official results for the 2013 election are as follows:

PRESIDENT:

Bob Butler - 251 votes

Sarah Glover - 229 votes

VICE PRESIDENT OF PRINT:

Errin Haines Whack - 286 votes

Denise Clay - 165 votes

VICE PRESIDENT OF BROADCAST:

Dedrick Russell - 255 votes

Lisa Cox - 208 votes

SECRETARY:

Coery Dade - 233 votes

Michael Feeney - 222 votes

TREASURER:

Keith Reed - 393 votes

PARLIAMENTARIAN:

Cindy George - 272 votes

Caleb Wilkerson - 171 votes

REGION I DIRECTOR:

Sherlon Christie - 95 votes

REGION II DIRECTOR:

Vacant

REGION III DIRECTOR:

Gayle Hurd - 126 votes

REGION IV DIRECTOR:

Vickie Thomas - 47 votes

REGION V DIRECTOR:

Mary Benton - 44 votes

REGION VI DIRECTOR:

Michelle Fitzhugh Craig - 38 votes

ASSOCIATE REPRESENTATIVE:

Dawn Roberts - 63 votes

STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE:

Khorri Atkinson - 40 votes

Eric Burse - 38 votes

Alexis Rogers - 28 votes

Ashiegh Atwell - 17 votes

About The National Association of Black Journalists:The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) is an organization of journalists, students and media-related professionals that provides quality programs and services to and advocates on behalf of black journalists worldwide. Founded by 44 men and women on December 12, 1975 in Washington, D.C., NABJ is the largest organization of journalists of color in the nation.

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