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NRB Welcomes New Director of Membership

Melissa SturgisThis month, NRB welcomed the newest addition to our staff: Melissa Sturgis, who has joined the NRB team as the association’s Director of Membership.

Sturgis has served the NRB community for more than 10 years. As the owner and operator of Maximum Media Relations, she represented a wide variety of Christian individuals and organizations, including several NRB members. More recently, as the publicity manager for WaterBrook Multnomah, the evangelical division of Random House, she provided quality Christian content, in the form of author interviews, to NRB-affiliated broadcasters. Sturgis brings a sincere passion for Christian broadcasting to her new role.

“I am thrilled to be a part of NRB,” said Sturgis. “In my prior professional roles, I worked with Christian clients and media. I have seen the impact of Christian broadcasting personally, and I am thrilled to take part in the association’s work and mission for the cause of Christ!”

In welcoming Sturgis, Dr. Wright said: “Melissa is a talented and welcome addition to our efforts to serve NRB members, here and around the world.”

As Director of Membership, Sturgis will provide strategic direction and leadership for the Membership Division to recruit, maintain, develop and serve the association membership.

Published: January 10, 2013

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