IPC’s Bowen Elected to IFEC Board

Published online: Nov 09, 2018 Articles
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Members of the International Foodservice Editorial Council (IFEC) recently elected Jamie Bowen, marketing manager for the Idaho Potato Commission, to serve on the board of directors at its 62nd annual conference in Raleigh, N.C. Bowen will serve a two-year term on the IFEC Board.

“There isn’t another organization where public relations/marketing professionals and editors come together to build professional and personal relationships,” says Bowen. “Sure, we all discuss trends and story ideas and stay true to the IFEC mission, but we all have fun in the process. I look forward to strengthening and growing IFEC so future members will know how truly lucky they are.”   

As an IFEC member for 10 years, Bowen has contributed her creativity, focus, energy and organizational skills to the committees she has served on—new member orientation, learning sessions, scholarship auction—while expanding her foodservice network.

A native Idahoan and a graduate of Boise State University in business marketing, Bowen has been a tireless promoter of all things Idaho since 2008, particularly the state’s most famous commodity: Idaho potatoes. In addition, she was recognized by Produce Business as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” in 2014, an honor bestowed on emerging produce industry leaders.