Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA) Appoints New Executive Director
April 26, 2013 | 3:26 pm
By Dan Eldridge
The Independent Book Publishers Association yesterday announced that it has selected Angela Bole, currently the deputy executive director of the Book Industry Study Group, as the association’s next executive director. Bole will be replacing Florrie Binford Kichler, who will be retiring from the IBPA this June.
“IBPA has been uniquely positioned as the heart and soul of independent publishing for 30 years,” said Angela Bole, in a release. “Being extremely passionate about books and storytelling in all possible genres and formats, I knew right away IBPA was the perfect fit. It’s a community center, a support network, an education hub, and proof that it’s possible to do together what it’s impossible to do alone.”
Bole will assume her position on July 17 and will be based in New York.