Hudler Success Strategies applies for membership
Hudler Success Strategies, a consulting firm that creates and supports new business models for both new and legacy businesses, has applied for membership in SNPA. Carol Hudler, who served for seven years as group president for Gannett's U.S. Community Publishing Division, is CEO of Hudler Success Strategies.
In her role with Gannett, she oversaw 13 local media operations in the Southeastern U.S., and was responsible for the success of more than 4,000 employees. She also served 18 years as publisher of the following daily newspapers: The Tennessean, Nashville; The News-Press, Fort Myers, Fla.; and The Telegraph, Macon, Ga. She also served as a member of the SNPA Board of Directors.
Hudler can be reached at email@example.com or (615) 881-9384.
For information about membership in SNPA, contact Howard Hoffman in the SNPA office: (404) 256-0444 or Howard.Hoffman@snpa.org.
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