Manchester, NH – Ami D’Amelio was recently voted onto the board of trustees for the Manchester Historic Association (MHA). As a trustee, D’Amelio will provide unique perspective and contribute to the MHA’s efforts to collect, preserve and share the history of Manchester, New Hampshire.
D’Amelio is the CEO & President of Just Flow Events & Marketing, a versatile boutique agency in downtown Manchester. She is well-versed in all areas of marketing and communications and is very engaged in the non-profit sector. D’Amelio has completed terms on several boards of directors, including Council on Fundraising, Friends of CHaD, Manchester Rotary Club, New Hampshire Business for Social Responsibility, Southern NH Women’s Business Network, American Red Cross NH and VT Chapter, and now, the Manchester Historic Association.
“It is a great privilege to join the Manchester Historic Association board of trustees” said Ami D’Amelio, CEO & President of Just Flow Events & Marketing. “I look forward to sharing my expertise in strategic marketing and nonprofit fundraising to increase memberships, develop relationships with business partners, and boost donations.”
ABOUT JUST FLOW EVENTS & MARKETING
Supporting clients since 2010, Just Flow provides event planning and management, strategic marketing and branding, social media management, website design development, graphic design, copywriting, and other related corporate communication services. Just Flow offers extensive experience in a variety of industries, including education, fine arts, healthcare and medical, high tech, hospitality and dining, manufacturing, membership organizations, professional services and more. With headquarters in downtown Manchester, the full-service agency provides services for clients across New Hampshire and throughout the Northeast. For more information, visit https://justflownh.com.
ABOUT THE MANCHESTER HISTORIC ASSOCIATION (MHA)
Founded in 1896, the Manchester Historic Association is an independent, 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization with the mission to collect, preserve and share the history of Manchester, New Hampshire. The Association operates the Millyard Museum and the Research Center, both of which are open to the general public. The Association presents a variety of public programs including lectures, walking tours and concerts, and also school programs for students from third grade through college. Call (603) 622-7531 for more information, or visit www.manchesterhistoric.org.