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AAF Toledo Welcomes New Executive Director

Posted by darcie on September 3, 2019

The Board of Governors of American Advertising Federation Toledo is pleased to announce Darcie Lynch as the new Executive Director. Ms. Lynch, a Toledo native, graduated from Anthony Wayne High School and left the area to attend the Chicago Academy of Design.

After college, she remained in Chicago where she put her creativity to work, eventually managing a boutique business in the cosmetics industry. There she was responsible for sales and marketing, planning and executing events, and keeping the business running smoothly. In 2009, she returned to Toledo and began working at Cedar Creek Church where her experience helped her manage volunteers at large scale events throughout the year.

Currently, Darcie helps her husband, Ryan Lynch, run his video business and also is mom to their three children, Blake who is 8, Cruz who’s 6 and Bella, 4. When she has free time, Darcie likes to run and enjoys half marathons and other local races. The family also enjoys spending time at the lake and traveling.

Please welcome Darcie and introduce yourself to her at our next meeting. She is looking forward to meeting you!
 



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7868 Iron Horse Rd
Monclova, OH 43542
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