What It Takes to Be a Leader
The 2005 PrintMedia Hall of Fame inductees reveal how they got where they are today.
Almost 20 years ago, PrintMedia began honoring print production executives for outstanding achievements by creating the PrintMedia Hall of Fame. The honor is bestowed upon a select group of individuals in publishing and advertising print production. Industry peers make nominations, and inductees are then chosen based on their individual achievements and contributions to the industry.
This year's inductees to the PrintMedia Hall of Fame are truly worthy of this honor. Each has worked tirelessly in his or her career to adhere to the highest standards, and the industry is all the better for it. Together, they have more than 100 years of experience in production and have been the driving force behind some of the most notable printed materials in the history of publishing.
They will be inducted at the Gold Ink Awards and Hall of Fame Gala in Chicago, Sept. 12, during Print 05.
• Dora Braschi
Cardinale, executive vice president, print production, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc.
• Anthony Crouch, director, design and production, University of California Press
• Ken Lantz, senior vice president, director of print creative services, Foote Cone & Belding New York
• Barry Meinerth, senior vice president, production and fulfillment, Time Inc.
Printing Executives Inducted Into the Hall of Fame
Printing industry professionals also are recognized for their achievements. The following will be inducted into the Printing Impressions/RIT Printing Industry Hall of Fame:
Special Honoree: Regis Delmontagne, president of the NPES, Lifetime Achievement Award
Thomas Engdahl, CEO, Brown Printing Co.
Roy Grossman, CEO, Sandy Alexander Inc.
Michael Marcian Sr.,president, Corporate Press
Donald Samuels, managing partner, Pictorial Offset Corp.