Jerry Zremski Slated To Become NPC President

Jerry Zremski, the DC-based national correspondent for the Buffalo News and current VP of the National Press Club, is slated to be elected the club’s 100th president today (he’s running unopposed).

His inauguration is January 20.

Other candidates:

For Secretary, Sylvia Smith (Ft. Wayne Journal Gazette)

FOR VICE PRESIDENT: John M. Donnelly, a reporter at Congressional
Quarterly, has been on the Board of Governors since 2001 and Membership Secretary in 2005 and 2006

FOR TREASURER: Donna Leinwand, a reporter for USA Today, is running for re-election.

FOR MEMBERSHIP SECRETARY: Mark Hamrick is a business editor for
Associated Press Broadcast.

FOR BOARD OF GOVERNORS (Non-Voting, Two-Year Term): Lou Priebe, a 36-year NPC member, represents affiliate/associate members on the Board of Governors

FOR BOARD OF GOVERNORS (Three-Year Term): Theresa Werner is the domestic planning editor for Associated Press Television and Radio. Prior

FOR BOARD OF GOVERNORS (Three-Year Term): Alan Bjerga works in the Bloomberg News Washington bureau, covering the U.S. Agriculture Department.

FOR BOARD OF GOVERNORS (Three-Year Term): Dipka Bhambhani, a reporter for Platts, McGraw-Hill’s energy division, has been a member of the Club for about five years.

FOR BOARD OF GOVERNORS (Three-Year Term): Alison Bethel joined the Legal Times in June as its executive editor, from The Detroit
News where she had been Washington bureau chief since 2001.