WFFSA Names Kari Stringfellow New Executive Vice President

Wffsa Network 250 X 250 Px Washington DC (April 15, 2024) – The Wholesale Florist & Florist Supplier Association (WFFSA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Kari Stringfellow as its new Executive Vice President, following in the footsteps of the former Executive Vice President, Molly Alton Mullins. Stringfellow brings more than 20 years of experience as a strategic consultant and association leader, with a deep understanding of the supply chain honed through work with Fortune 500 companies, higher education institutions, and non-profit organizations.

With extensive experience in wholesale distribution, Stringfellow steps into this role at a particularly exciting time with the association boasting a strong financial position and being recognized as a respected industry leader. WFFSA is poised for significant growth and Stringfellow’s proven leadership and industry knowledge will be instrumental in guiding the association to not only meet the evolving needs of its members but to guide it into a new era of success for the floral industry.

“We are excited to announce Kari as our new Executive Vice President. Her talent, dedication, and extensive industry experience makes her the perfect fit to lead WFFSA,” shared Karen Oie, President, WFFSA. “Kari brings the strong leadership skills needed to build on our successes and propel us forward. With her vision, we are confident she will guide the association to a new level of achievement.”

In anticipation of this transition, Stringfellow worked closely over the past year with the association's Board of Directors, as well as the outgoing Executive Vice President, Molly Alton Mullins. Alton Mullins has transitioned to an elevated role with Kellen, WFFSA's association management company.

“I'm honored and excited to take on this leadership role at WFFSA. I want to express my sincere gratitude to Molly for her years of dedication, service, and leadership, which has been instrumental in our success. I also extend my deepest thanks to the Board of Directors for their trust and confidence,” said Stringfellow. “I understand the association's goals and am committed to working tirelessly to usher in the next generation of the WFFSA, while simultaneously strengthening our membership and solidifying our position within the industry."

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