SAN DIEGO (Dec. 13, 2000) – Henry DeVries will serve as the 2001 president of the High-Tech Marketing Alliance (formerly known as CEMA), San Diego’s leading high-tech marketing organization.
HTMA members re-elected DeVries to serve another year as president. One of the original founders of CEMA, DeVries is the immediate past president and has held various positions on the board of directors during the past 15 years.
During his term in 2000, DeVries led the efforts to rename and refocus the 15-year-old organization. HTMA will switch from breakfast meetings to a series of luncheon panel seminars and after-work networking events in 2001.
HTMA meetings are held at 11:30 a.m. the first Wednesday of every month (except July) at the Radisson Hotel La Jolla, just off Interstate 5 at La Jolla Village Drive.
DeVries is president of his own high-tech and B2B marketing communications firm, Henry DeVries/Communications. Active in the community, DeVries also serves on the board of the UCSD Alumni Association, the SDSU Aztec Athletic Foundation and is an instructor at UCSD Extension. He lives in Ramona with his wife Vikki and their four children.
HTMA is a marketing forum specifically geared to the high-tech industry. HTMA is dedicated to educating and assisting high-tech marketing professionals, offering presentations by top keynote speakers and providing the opportunity to share information, explore common industry issues, problems and solutions. For more information visit the Web site at www.htma.org.