Ripon's Julie Newhouse to speak at Women in Print Networking event

September 03, 2019
Ripon’s Julie Newhouse to Speak at Women in Print Networking Event

August 2019

Ripon, Wisconsin 


Women in Print, a group within Great Lakes Graphics Association (GLGA), has invited Ripon Printers’ president, Julie Newhouse, to speak at the organization’s first networking event. This inaugural meeting is an opportunity for women at all levels of their professional careers to network, be inspired, and to develop empowerment. 

Julie Newhouse’s unique perspective comes from management responsibilities in prepress, manufacturing, sales, and customer support. She will address her current role in managing Ripon Printers’ executive team as well as further developing a forward looking and customer-centric business strategy designed to propel the company well into the future. 

Julie began her graphic arts career at Western Publishing Company, Racine, WI, in 1987 after graduating from the University of Wisconsin-Stout with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology. She also earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
“I’m both delighted and honored to be part of the first Women in Print networking event,” says Julie. “I strongly support the future of the printing industry as well as women who aspire to leadership positions. I look forward to sharing my experiences and hearing those of other women in print.”  

The luncheon meeting will take place on Tuesday, September 17, 2019, from 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Color Ink in Sussex, WI. A tour of the printing facility is included. Cost to attend is $25 and includes lunch and beverages.

Registration is open at the GLGA website. 

Carol Cluppert 
Marketing Director  800-321-3136  

About Ripon Printers

Ripon Printers (Ripon, WI) specializes in the production and distribution of catalogs, publications, manuals, softcover educational products and digital communications. The company’s hallmarks are flexible scheduling that meets today’s fast-paced marketing environment, exceptional customer training programs that improve clients’ productivity, and equipment diversity for handling a wide range of needs. The result is a customer experience that is friendly, efficient, and hassle free. 

About GLGA

The Great Lakes Graphics Association (GLGA) brings together three strong and successful industry associations, creating an organization that is positioned to best advocate for and provide services to printers and graphics companies in a three-state area. The Printing Industry of Illinois/Indiana Association (PII) and the Printing Industries of Wisconsin (PIW) merged in 2011 to create GLGA, an association that represents 13 percent of the total print market in the United States.