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Rich Porayko joins CGA as interim executive director


February 18, 2014
By Canadian Glass Association

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rich_porayko_headshot_01Feb. 18, 2014 – The board of directors of the Canadian Glass Association have announced that Glass Canada freelance writer and glass marketing specialist, Rich Porayko, will be joining the association as interim Executive Director to assist the organization through the transitional process until a permanent Executive Director can be successfully recruited.

rich_porayko_headshot_01Feb. 18, 2014 – The board of directors of the Canadian Glass Association have announced that Glass Canada
freelance writer and glass marketing specialist, Rich Porayko, will be
joining the association as interim Executive Director to assist the
organization through the transitional process until a permanent
Executive Director can be successfully recruited.

“As a glass person, I’m eager and excited to help the CGA navigate the management shift and begin to re-unite the commercial glazing industry across Canada,” says Porayko. “Due to personal and professional commitments, I’m am unable to be considered for the permanent position so as interim ED, part of my role includes recruiting my successor, which will not be easy. The CGA board has high standards and are looking for the right fit for the long term.”

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Interested candidates can email their resumes and cover letter to richp@constructioncreative.com.

The Canadian Glass Association (CGA) is a national trade association representing the provincial and national interests of the glazing industry.

Vancouver, B.C.-based Porayko, who’s career in marketing began 20 years ago, with over ten of them in the commercial glass industry, has been a contributing freelance writer to Glass Canada for the last six years and writes a column in Fenestration Review magazine called ‘That’s Rich’. Porayko has also been heavily active in a variety of marketing, membership and event roles with the former Glazing Contractors Association of BC (GCABC). According to Porayko, he is an active member of the BC Chapter of the American Marketing Association (BCAMA) and Toastmasters International and attends meetings from both organizations a regular basis.

For more information
www.canadianglassassociation.com


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