Baraban, Regina
May 2009
Financial & Insurance Meetings;May/Jun2009, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p06
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the past eight years she has served as editor of the "Financial & Insurance Meetings" magazine and her plans for the future. She says that there is so much for her to be proud of with regards to the past issues of the magazine. But the most meaningful for her are the relationships she have made with readers, industry partners and colleagues during these years. She says will still continue to contribute to the magazine as editor-at-large.


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