NCET elects, re-elects board members
Ryan Parrish has been elected to a position on NCET’s board of directors, while Mikalee Byerman, Nicole Rose Dion, and Andy Jorgensen were re-elected by the organization.
Parrish was elected as vice president of e-mail services, video productions and branding professional in Reno. Parrish has previous experience in photo and video production and an account managing.
Byerman was re-elected to serve a one-year term as vice president of communications.
She is vice president of strategy at the Estipona Group, a virtual agency based in Reno.
Rose Dion was re-elected to serve a one-year term as co-vice president of social media and is currently the client services manager at Estipona Group.
Dion has seven years of experience managing brands and marketing efforts.
Jorgensen was re-elected to serve a one-year term as vice president of creative services for NCET.
He is the IT and quality control specialist at Rehearsal, a Reno-based maker of a video practice software platform. He previously started the Nevada Ready 21 program at the Nevada Department of Education.
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