WithIt announces 2014 directors

FormanHigh Point - WithIt, the women's leadership development network for the home and furnishings industries, has announced its 2014 board of directors.
     The WithIt board is made up of an executive committee, vice presidents who lead committees, vice presidents who represent industry niches and vice presidents who represent geographic regions.
    New to the board in 2014 are Kimberley Wray, co-founder of WithIt; Dorian Sims, Stacy Furniture, Dallas; Anita Wimmer, Stanley Furniture; and Cindi Williams, North American Home Furnishings Assn.
     Violette Forman of Havertys Furniture, Monroe, La. , is serving as president of WithIt this year.
    Also on the executive committee in addition to Forman are Board of Governors Chair Julia Rosien, Restonic; WithIt Chair Betty Lyn Eller, Walters Designs; First Vice President/President-Elect Margi Kyle, The Designing Doctor; Treasurer Anita Wimmer, Stanley Furniture; Secretary Cindy Williams, Wright Global Graphics Solutions.
     Vice presidents and committee chairs are Marketing, Kimberley Wray, Kimberley Wray Marketing Communications; Education, Pat Bowling, American Home Furnishings Alliance; Membership, Kim Grubb, Wright Global Graphic Solutions; Networking, Cindi Williams, North American Home Furnishings Assn.; Social Media, Dana Helms, MicroD; Scholarship, Cathy Linder, Tempur Sealy International; Youth Outreach, Victoria Valentinas, Bassett Furniture Inds.; Manufacturing, Carol Gregg, Red Egg; Retail, Dorian Sims, Stacy Furniture; International, Donna Bartlett, ViewIt Technologies; Supplier Division, Libby Langdon, Libby Langdon Interiors.
     Sara Lyke remains WithIt's executive director and Amy VanDorp is membership/media manager.

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