|Larry Brantley Elected AAF National Chair, Council of Governors
With more than 30 years experience in the communications, advertising and marketing fields, Larry Brantley, president at Chaloner, has been elected Chair of the 2021-2022 AAF Council of Governors. A former District 10 Governor and AAF member since 1990, Brantley’s experience in the advertising industry paired with his current national and international talent placement business position Brantley for further success in this role.
“The AAF is in very good hands with this excellent Team of volunteer leaders who help guide and shape our powerful “grass roots” Club Network all across North America. Larry Brantley brings 30+ years of experience and his extensive background of connecting people with possibilities,” AAF President and CEO Steve Pacheco said.
Along with the Council of Governors executive team and chief among Brantley’s goals for the year is to further develop educational opportunities for AAF members and grow membership as it specifically relates to young professionals.
“The work done by the Council of Governors is extremely valuable to the overall success of AAF. We are absolutely thrilled to have the expertise and work ethic of Larry Brantley at the helm of this committee and as an officer of the national board of directors. In his previous two years on this committee, he has already provided great insight,” Dawn Reeves, AAF vice president said.
He has worked with such firms as JCPenney, HP, Perdue Farms, McDonalds, Texas Instruments, Johnson Outdoors, PRSA, TracyLocke, MaDougall Biotech, Phillips 66, Frito-Lay and Edelman. Additionally, Brantley has placed brand, creative, account service, interactive/web, public relations, marketing, media, traffic, production and other executive level talent. Brantley splits his time between Dallas and New York City.
The AAF Council of Governors is comprised of a four-member executive team, 15 District Governors and national Ad 2 Chair, each representing the interests and concerns of their respective local ad club members.