Michael J. Nolan of Frankfort, KY has been contracted by the American Farrier’s Association to serve as interim director until a permanent executive director can be found.
As a former executive with both the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP) and the American Horse Council, Mike has extensive experience in both the horse world and in association management. He will serve in a consulting role until the search for a permanent executive director can be completed. He will then work with the new person to ensure a smooth transition.
Also new to AFA is Linda Jiulianti who has come on board as AFA Office Manager. She will be responsible for day-to-day administrative activities. A Kentucky native, Linda spent many years in Atlanta, GA before recently moving herself and her cats back to the Bluegrass.
As most AFA member farriers know by now, former American Farrier's Association Executive Director Bryan Quinsey left the AFA on April 14, 2006.
To learn more about the AFA, visit http://www.americanfarriers.org.
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