San Diego, CA, April 18, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- The San Diego chapter of the American Marketing Association (San Diego AMA) is excited to announce its chapter VP of Sponsorship, Anetra Henry-Hunting, will be speaking at this year’s AMA Leadership Summit, Unleash.
Henry-Hunting will be training marketing leaders on succeeding at sponsorship. She will also lead a LOUDTable focus group during the summit. “It is truly an honor to have an opportunity to share what I've learned throughout my career and help my fellow AMA leaders succeed in their chapters. Sponsorship is often an enigma. My goal is to shine a light and remove some of the confusion,” Henry-Hunting said.
The Leadership Summit will take place in Chicago from April 28 - April 30, 2017. AMA chapter leaders from across North America will discuss all areas of marketing and leadership throughout the weekend.
Henry-Hunting is a marketing strategist with over 16 years of sponsorship strategy experience. She is the owner of The Hunting Group (hunting4solutions.com), a marketing firm that enhances and expands the reach for its clients’ sponsorship strategies. She has served as VP of Sponsorship for San Diego AMA since 2015. “It’s exciting that AMA leaders attending the event will be able to hear from someone as skilled as Anetra. Her ability to maximize the positive outcomes for both partners in a sponsorship relationship offers any marketing professional a much needed tool for growth,” said Rachel Harrison Brown, VP of Recognition for San Diego AMA.
About San Diego AMA
The San Diego Chapter of the American Marketing Association (AMA) is a professional organization that is committed to developing powerhouse marketers within the San Diego business community. For high performing marketers who are serious about furthering their careers, San Diego AMA is the only education- and networking-focused organization that provides information, resources, international presence, and valuable connections in a fun, approachable environment where its members can achieve their personal development goals. For more information, please visit www.sdama.org.