Green Starts Up Entrepreneurial Blend

Dr. Nancy L. Green, President STL Distribution Services and Vice President of Circulation for Lee St. Louis, will head Nancy Green & Associates as Chief Executive Officer starting February 9, 2009.

“Today business and education leaders must work together nationally and regionally to leverage our technology, ground our resources, and lead our communities to healthy financial growth,” Green says. “In true entrepreneurial spirit, our company objective is to harness blended market energies for fiscal success. Developing customized smart economic drivers for public, business, and private entities is the primary mission of Nancy Green & Associates.

“As CEO, this is an opportunity to blend my strategic expertise, track record, and senior educational standing to lead multi-tiered platform initiatives. Partnership is the key to prosperity. I’ll look forward to continuously networking with my friends and colleagues across the country in strategic discovery and implementation projects as we master new economies.”

Green joined Lee in 2000 as Director of Circulation and served as Lee’s vice president-circulation. She was an architect of the company’s industry-leading success in driving circulation and retention from 2002 to 2008, and as publisher for the Courier in Waterloo/Cedar Falls, Iowa from 2004 to 2008 prior to moving to St. Louis.

Before joining Lee in 2000, she was a vice president in the University System of Georgia: vice president for advancement at Clayton State University and vice president for communications at Georgia G.L.O.B.E., the online learning initiative at the 34 institutions in the system.

Previously, she was assistant to the president of the newspaper division of the Gannett Co., Inc. and President and publisher of two Gannett newspapers, the Springfield (Mo.) News-Leader and the Palladium-Item in Richmond, Ind.

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