Articulon Executive Joins Arts Access Board
RALEIGH, N.C. (October 14, 2010) — Articulon (www.articulon.com), a Raleigh-based brand communication and public relations firm, announces today that account executive Brian Van Norman has been appointed to the Arts Access (www.artsaccessinc.org) board of directors. The nonprofit organization is dedicated to making the arts accessible to people with disabilities.
“Brian’s passion for helping others and professional expertise make him a valuable addition to our board,” says Barbara Olson, Arts Access board president. “We’re glad to have him as part of our organization in part because of the energy and ideas he brings to the board.”
Serving for a two-year term, Van Norman will focus efforts to increase brand communication throughout the state.
“I’m happy to join this caring group of volunteers at Arts Access,” says Van Norman. “I look forward to helping people from throughout the state participate in the cultural and arts scene.”
Van Norman dedicates his leadership to a number of nonprofit organizations. Most recently he was named publicity chair for a second consecutive year of the annual A Toast to the Triangle, the signature fundraising event benefitting the Tammy Lynn Center for Developmental Disabilities. He also serves on the board of directors of The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle and has conducted media relations and event management for the inaugural Capital Quilters Guild quilt auction.
Articulon impacts the way our clients communicate their brands and events to build stronger relationships with customers, sponsors, shareholders, employees and the community. With a customized approach, each campaign is measured by tangible results. With a commitment to responsiveness and creativity, Articulon works with professional service-based companies, associations as well as with organizations that promote cause-related initiatives to increase visibility especially in the health, wellness and environmental practice areas. Work has been completed for emerging brands and Fortune 500 companies including: Panera Bread, The American Kennel Club, Cranfill, Sumner and Hartzog, Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern North Carolina, Hughes Pittman & Gupton and Saks Fifth Ave. Visit www.articulon.com or call 919.232.5008.
About Arts Access:
Formed in 1982, Arts Access is a Raleigh, North Carolina-based nonprofit organization that strives to encourage and enable people with disabilities to have full access to arts programs and facilities, as well as to participate in the cultural and artistic life throughout North Carolina. Arts Access is supported by the North Carolina Arts Council, CORAC, United Arts of Wake County and VSA International Arts. Additional arts accessibility information is available at artsaccessinc.org.
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