HandMade in America’s executive director resigns

According to a press release from the nonprofit crafts organization, Gwynne Rukenbrod, HandMade’s executive director since 2011, has stepped down. “The Board of Directors of HandMade in America announced today with sincere regret that Gwynne Rukenbrod has resigned from her position as Executive Director of the organization,” the release says. Local consultant and former Mountain BizWorks CEO Greg Walker has taken over as interim director.

Visit http://www.handmadeinamerica.org for more information on the situation.


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0 thoughts on “HandMade in America’s executive director resigns

  1. Ascend (of Asheville)

    What is an execective director?
    Still haven’t saved up enough for spell check, I see.
    You don’t even realize how badly you need me.

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