SPJ Madison elects officers
The Madison chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists on Monday elected officers to a one-year term.
Officers re-elected are Mark Pitsch, assistant city editor for the Wisconsin State Journal, president; Lauren Fuhrmann, associate director of the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism, vice president; and Breann Schossow, producer of The Joy Cardin Show, secretary. Furhmann was also elected treasurer, replacing Rebecca Wasieleski.
Other members of the SPJ Madison executive committee include former SPJ Madison presidents Gordon Govier and Terry Shelton and former reporter and college instructor Sam Martino.