Rachel Hack has been named president of the Software and Information Technology Association of Kansas.
Launched in 2008, the group provides support to Kansas' 3,200 software and IT companies. Membership includes Kansas software and IT executives working to expand the sector through advocacy, work force development, capital formation, education and networking.
Hack is responsible for membership development, programming, communications, board oversight and operations.
She previously led the American Advertising Federation of Kansas City as executive director for seven years.
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