SEAMS, the National Association for the U.S. Sewn Products Industry for over 50 years, announced the new membership election for the Board of Directors 2022 calendar year.
“We are currently seeing a tremendous interest in the Made in America movement. The SEAMS 2022 Board of Directors is ready to continue to position the organization and its members as being the biggest advocate and voice for the domestic sewn products industry,” said Ron Roach, SEAMS president and Contempora Fabrics president. “We have an extremely diverse, versatile and talented board that spans all facets of the supply chain representing all regions in the U.S. market. I would like to personally thank Jeoff (Bodenhorst Jr.) for his steady leadership the last two years through unprecedented times. I look forward to 2022 as we continue to grow the organization and expand on opportunities for our members including attending several industry-focused events and hosting the SEAMS Fall conference.”
The 2022 Board of Directors are as follows, with new members being designated by an asterisk.
- Ron Roach, Contempora Fabrics, SEAMS president
- Britt Moore, Minnesota Knitting Mills, SEAMS vice president
- Brent Jones, Henderson Machinery, SEAMS secretary/treasurer
- Jeoff Bodenhorst Jr, LACorp, SEAMS ex-officio
Education Director a three-year term by appointment:
- Tanya Wade, Manufacturing Solutions Center
Supplier Directors serving a three-year term by appointment:
- Alex Whitley, Contempora Fabrics
- Jim Hopkins, Hamrick Mills*
- Ryan Smith, Printcraft Company*
Eight Manufacturing/Contractor Directors serving a one-year term by appointment:
- Wayne Wilson, Prime Medical
- Dennis Jackson, Venus Group
- Marty Bailey, TSG Apparel
- Mindy Martell, Clothier Design Source
- Susana Almack, Almack Liners
- Stacey Bridges, Carolina Cotton Works*
- Will Duncan, Will Duncan & Associates, 2017-present
SEAMS, the Association of the U.S. Sewn Products Industry for over 50 years, consists of more than 200 of America’s foremost fashion brands, retailers, manufacturers and textile providers. For more information, visit seams.org.