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ISA Names Elite Class of 2024

First meeting to be held at April’s ISA International Sign Expo 2024.

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The International Sign Association (ISA; Alexandria, VA) has announced the ISA Elite Class for 2024, according to a press release from the association.

The class includes 35 up-and-coming leaders representing the next generation of sign industry leadership. The Elite program recognizes those who have been working in the sign, graphics and visual communication industry for at least two years and are 35 years old or younger, per ISA.

The ISA Elite Class of 2024 will meet in person for the first time at ISA International Sign Expo 2024, April 10-12 in Orlando, FL, where they will participate in unique networking opportunities, including with previous ISA Elite cohorts and ISA leadership. They will meet again in the fall for more education and networking.

“The ISA Elite program is one of the most successful initiatives that ISA has ever launched,” Lori Anderson, ISA president and CEO, is quoted in the press release. “Previous participants have gone on to lead their companies, launch new businesses, and step into leadership roles with ISA and ISA Affiliated Associations. Just looking through the list of our 2024 class and reviewing their applications gives me every confidence that this group will match or surpass the strength of our previous cohorts.”

The ISA Elite Class of 2024 includes the following 35 individuals:

Alicia Brothers, Senior Project Manager, Poblocki Sign Co.
Anthony Lunsford, Creative Director, Prairie Signs Inc.
Anthony Corio, Architectural Project Manager, Sign Resource
Austin Sherman, Sign Territory Manager, Graphic Solutions Group
Bethany Tindle, Project Manager/Manager, Springfield Sign
Brandon Gray, Production Manager, Excellart Sign Products
Brian O’Donnell, Project Engineer, Murdoch Engineering
Brittany Lander, Accounts Payable Specialist and Permit Liaison, Metro Sign Corp.
Chrissy Smith, Technical Artist, Star Signs
Cody Jarrell, CEO, Prime Sign Installation
Cory Schaefer, Director of Operations, Stratus
Courtney Hornung, Senior Program Manager, Blair Image Elements
Jacob Butler, Project Manager II, AGI
Jared Snapka, Inside Sales Manager, Graphic Solutions Group
Jonny Dunnivan, 3M Preferred Installer, Performance Signs
Jordyn Dwyer, Field Services Project Manager, Atlas Sign Industries
Josh Munn, VP of Engineering & Design, Munn Enterprises Inc.
Joshua Brown, Account Manager, Sign Effectz Inc.
Kristen Bennett, Business Development, SignCraft Industries
Kyle Moore, National LED Product Line Manager, Grimco Inc.
Laura Alsdorf, Senior Project Manager, Triumph Signs & Consulting
Lindsey Lupino, Senior Project Manager, Cima Network
Liv Branch, Project Manager, Art Display Company
Marcos Schott, COO, Wrapinstitute GmbH
Marshall Hogan, Design Director, Elevated Identity Inc.
Meredith Campitiello, Lead Designer, ACSM Inc.
Michelle Schott, Marketing Operations Manager, Roland DGA
Olivia Schaul, Sales / Customer Service, Mid-West Sign Supply Co.
Paul Bruzzese, Project manager, Identiti Resource
Savannah Dammann, Project Manager, Bakers’ Signs & Manufacturing
Shannon Summers-Hamis, Project Planner – Fine Pixel Pitch Division, Media Resources Inc.
Spencer Coleman, Owner/President, Wasatch Back Signarama
Taylor Whitney, Process Improvement Controller, Fastsigns Lancaster
Will Vincent, Territory Sales Manager, Principal Industries
Zack Colavecchio, President & CEO, Access Signs Inc.

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