August 25, 2008, 12:00 AM

Email Experience Council elects 2009 leadership

The Email Experience Council, the e-mail marketing arm of the Direct Marketing Association, has elected chairs of its committees and task forces for 2009.

The Email Experience Council, the e-mail marketing arm of the Direct Marketing Association, has elected chairs of its committees and task forces for 2009.

The groups and incoming chairs are:

The Consumer Education Roundtable
Jason Baer, president, Convince & Convert
D. J. Waldow, account manager, Bronto Software

The Deliverability & Rendering Roundtable
Michelle Eichner, vice president of client services, Pivotal Veracity
Jack Sinclair, chief operating officer, Return Path

The Email Design Roundtable
Lisa Harmon, principal, Smith-Harmon
Megan Walsh, e-marketing manager, Williams-Sonoma

The List Growth & Engagement Roundtable
Arend Henderson, chief analytics officer, Q Interactive
Nate Romance, senior strategist, ExactTarget

The Measurement Accuracy Roundtable
David Daniels, vice president, research director, JupiterResearch
Loren McDonald, vice president of industry relations, Silverpop

The Advocacy Advisory Committee
Jordan Ayan, CEO, SubscriberMail
Jordan Cohen, senior director of industry relations, Goodmail Systems

The Member Initiatives Advisory Committee
Joel Book, director of e-marketing education, ExactTarget
Stephanie Miller, global markets catalyst, Return Path

The Speakers Bureau Advisory Committee
Kay Cavender, director of communications, Silverpop
Lana McGilvray, vice president of marketing, Datran Media

The Nonprofit Project
Dylan Boyd, vice president, sales and strategy, eROI
ron Kahlow, founder, Online Marketing Connect

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