KCMA picks a new leader

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The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association introduced Betsy Natz as its new CEO to replace executive vice president Dick Titus, who is retiring after 35 years with the trade organization.

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Natz is an association executive with experience as congressional aid to two U.S. senators and President Ronald Reagan. She served as an executive director for The Institute of Clean Air Companies, the Formaldehyde Council and Styrene Information and Research Center, according to the KCMA.

"I'm very excited to come onboard as CEO for KCMA and build upon the outstanding foundation that Titus has developed over many years," Natz said in a statement.

For information, visit www.kcma.org.

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