NEW YORK, Feb. 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals, the leading issuer-focused corporate governance professional association, announced today that Milica Brogan will join as Senior Vice President, Operations and Business Development. Ms. Brogan comes to the Society from the Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership at Columbia Law School, where she served as Executive Director, and from Weil, Gotshal & Manges, where she worked on special governance projects.
"Mila will be a key part of my leadership team; with her depth of governance knowledge, administrative skills, and not for profit experience, she is well suited to take on this role," said Darla Stuckey, Society President and CEO.
The Society also announced today that current Membership Director Teresa Webb has been promoted to Vice President, Membership, Marketing and Communications.
"We are delighted with Teresa's hard work and success in growing the Society membership and believe she will thrive as a leader and manager of functions crucial to attracting and retaining our members," said Doug Chia, Assistant General Counsel & Corporate Secretary at Johnson & Johnson and Chair of the Society.
During her tenure at the Society, Ms. Webb's notable achievements include the redesign and launch of the Society's website, the creation and support of the Private Companies Committee, and the management of chapter initiatives.
"Mila and Teresa will round out a terrific National office senior team, along with Suzanne Walker, SVP Programs, who will continue her management and execution of the Society's best-in-class national programs," said Dannette Smith, Secretary to the Board at UnitedHealth Group and Chair-Elect of the Society.
About The Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals: Founded in 1946, the Society of Corporate Secretaries and Governance Professionals is a professional association of over 3,300 governance professionals who serve 1,800 public, private and not for profit companies of most every size and industry. Its members support the work of corporate boards and executive management regarding corporate governance and disclosure, compliance with corporate and securities laws and regulations, and stock exchange listing requirements.
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