As MHTA names new director of business development, presidency remains open

MHTA names Jenny Manogue as director of business developmentThe Minnesota High Tech Association (MHTA) has named Jenny Manogue as its director of business development.

“As MHTA moves into a new chapter, Jenny will be crucial to the growth of the association,” said MaryFrances Schurb, interim president of MHTA. “She has already shown her ability to support existing MHTA members while looking for new partners and unique opportunities – always with the goal of strengthening Minnesota’s technology economy.”

Manogue joined MHTA in 2008 as manager of member services. Prior to that, she spent two years at ASI Communications, a Minneapolis-based marketing communications agency.Jenny Manogue named MHTA director of business development

Manogue holds a bachelors degree in strategic communications and Spanish from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, where she graduated summa cum laude. She is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society and serves on the SciMathMN Board of Directors.

The MHTA is currently in search of a new president, as it was announced earlier this month that Kate Rubin would be leaving for United Health.

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