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Joshua Vaughn named BCA VP of communications and marketing

Vaughn came to BCA in 2012 as manager of graphic design and public relations.

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The Business Council of Alabama announced Wednesday that Joshua Vaughn has been named vice president of communications and marketing.

Vaughn came to BCA in 2012 as manager of graphic design and public relations and was later given the role of director of visual communications. Prior to his current role as vice president of communications and marketing, he served as director of communications and marketing. With a background in graphic design, Vaughn has played an integral role in all visual materials for marketing and communications at BCA. His expertise and knowledge of BCA have been a tremendous asset in member relations and strategically communicating BCA’s message.

“Josh has been instrumental in developing and enhancing all aspects of BCA’s communications for 10 years,” said BCA Interim Director Robin Stone. “Effective communications creates powerful advocacy and Josh has provided a great blend of creativity and clarity to BCA’s outreach to our members, elected officials and business community stakeholders. He is an innovative communicator who balances clarity and style in our various print, visual and social media tools. We look forward to his future contributions to BCA and our membership as Vice President of Communications and Marketing.” 

“BCA has given me the incredible opportunity over the last ten years to use my background in design and expand my knowledge in marketing and communication,” said Vaughn. “Communicating for this organization and serving our members has been an honor, and I am grateful to continue leading our communication efforts as Vice President of Communications and Marketing.”

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