PRINTING United Alliance, a member-based printing and graphic arts association based in Fairfax, Virginia, announced Lisbeth Lyons Black will assume a new role within the organization as director, Women in Print Alliance, effective Dec. 1.
An advisory group of PRINTING United Alliance, the Women in Print Alliance was established to attract, connect, empower and advocate for women in the print community. In the coming months, Lyons Black will help oversee the expanded resources, programs and services that will be offered to this community to support and more closely engage women in all business levels.
Lyons Black currently serves as the Alliance’s VP, government & political affairs, and has more than 20 years of experience representing the voice of businesses and women’s issues in the nation’s capital. Her work leading legislative, political and grassroots initiatives in the halls of Congress, federal agencies and at the White House have resulted in numerous wins for the print and packaging, small business, mailing, advertising, media and manufacturing industries.
To learn more about PRINTING United Alliance and how to become a member or get involved with communities such as the Women in Print Alliance, visit www.printing.org.