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Women In Print has a new Victorian patron - Rita Karagiannis of IVE

Women in Print has announced the appointment of Rita Karagiannis, IVE Group, as the new Victorian Patron for 2022. With the announcement that Kirsten Taylor of Taylor’d Press would step down from the role, Women in Print called out to the broader industry from print direct, to suppliers, agencies, retailers and more.

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Women have contributed skills to print for a lot longer than many would imagine

“We know how many women make up the fabric of our industry and have input and influence into our industry. The applicant covered the entire suite of our industry, and it was wonderful to see the breadth of the print media landscape represented,” comments Kellie Northwood, Executive Secretary, Women in Print.  

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Rita Karagiannis - incoming Vic WIP Patron

A passionate supporter of Women in Print, Karagiannis brings with her a strong background across multiple verticals in Industry, with over 21 years’ experience in print communications.

“Women in Print is a great platform for women in our industry to support each other and I am excited to join the Board and to be able to consider projects that enhance and increase networking and connections in the community, especially apply my passion as Patron of Victoria,” says Karagiannis.

Susan Heaney, Chair of Women in Print and Media Super, and Managing Director of Heaney’s Performers in Print welcomes the announcement. “We are delighted to welcome Rita to the Board as the Victorian Patron and look forward to working with her in 2022 as we continue to maintain the momentum for our community.”

The first Board meeting for 2022 is due to take place in February as the Women in Print Board prepare to host its Breakfast Series in May 2022.

“It was a very tough decision for the Board, as we narrowed a strong field of candidates to a final two, who provided strong applications to not only how they would approach the current projects, but furthermore their vision for the future diversity of our industry and how to support all across our sector. Women in Print has a proud history which will continue, as we now build with our Patrons a strong future focus,” concluded Northwood.


To learn more of become involved in Women in Print, register today at: www.womeninprint.com.au