Institute for Supply Management™ Names New Senior Vice President

FOR RELEASE: October 18, 2005

CONTACT: Jean McHale
  ISM Public Relations
  800/888-6276 ext. 3143

(TEMPE, Ariz.) Oct. 18, 2005 — Nora P. Neibergall, C.P.M., of Institute for Supply Management™ (ISM), was recently named senior vice president. In her new role she will continue oversight of marketing and sales with added responsibilities of educational program development and business strategy development.

Neibergall has more than nine years of combined experience in nonprofit marketing. She was previously vice president, marketing and sales, and has led numerous teams charged with implementing ISM initiatives and strategies. Neibergall joined the ISM staff in 1994.

"I look forward to being closely involved in strategic business planning and being able to create synergies that will help ISM move forward in our mission to lead supply management," Neibergall said.

As the oldest and largest supply management institute in the world, the mission of the Institute for Supply Management™ (ISM) is to lead supply management. ISM defines supply management as the identification, acquisition, access, positioning and management of resources the organization needs or potentially needs in the attainment of its strategic objectives. By executing and extending its mission through education, research, standards of excellence, influence building and information dissemination — including the renowned monthly ISM Report On Business® — ISM continues to extend the global impact of supply management ISM's membership base includes more than 40,000 supply management professionals in 75 countries. Supply management professionals are responsible for trillions of dollars in the purchases of products and services annually. ISM is a member of the International Federation of Purchasing and Supply Management (IFPSM) Visit ISM's Media Room at, Quick Search: QS130.

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