Recently Read: UMPH to lay off 2 execs

UMPHLogoVia the Nashville Tennessean:

Two executive staff members of the United Methodist Publishing House will leave at year-end after their positions were cut as part a makeover of the leadership team.

Employees were told this week about elimination of the jobs of Ed Kowalski, senior vice president of marketing and sales, and Alyce Meadors, vice president of human resources. The news comes less than a month after the publishing house said Neil Alexander, its longtime president and publisher, would step down in spring 2016.

via United Methodist Publishing to lay off 2 execs | The Tennessean | tennessean.com.

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Joe Hamby
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Will the United Methodist Publishing House still be alive when Neil Alexander steps down in 2016?

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