PIAA has chosen Jennifer Baile as its chief judge for the 2017 Media Super National Print Awards.
Baile has been in the printing industry since 1991, owning her own print business, managing and consulting to print businesses and settling into the supplier side of the industry in 2002.
Baile says, “For the 25 years I have been associated with printing, I have continually been impressed by the expertise and ability within the industry. The National Print Awards allow us to showcase and celebrate the technical and creative excellence of the people in our industry and I’m honoured and delighted to be a part of it again this year”.
The PIAA says, “She has contributed voluntarily to the industry in a number of National and State roles for Printing Industries Association of Australia and works closely with Women in Print where she is currently the Victorian Patron.”
Baile was a participating judge for the National Print Awards in 2015 and 2016 prior to accepting responsibility as chief judge for the 2017 Awards.
The closing date for award entries have been extended until Friday March 31. PIAA says there will be no further extension.
The 34th National Print Awards will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on May 26, tickets will be available for purchase soon.
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