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CTFA: Mark Pollak and Jana Cary

December 4, 2007

CTFA:
Mark Pollak, assistant secretary and vice president, member relations is being promoted to the position of assistant secretary and executive vice president, strategic initiatives. Mr. Pollak has been an executive with CTFA since 1983. Mr. Pollak earned a J.D. from American University Law School and a B.A. in political science from Tufts University.

Jana Cary will join CTFA as senior vice president for business development and marketing. Ms. Cary previously served as the senior director of marketing communications for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, where she was a top marketing strategist for the organization. Ms. Cary earned an M.B.A. from George Mason University and a B.A. in French and international marketing from Clemson University.
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