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Broadway Selected as AMHA Executive Director

AMHA President Mike Goebig and Julie Broadway

(Shelburne, Vermont) The American Morgan Horse Association is pleased to announce that Julie M. Broadway has been selected as its new Executive Director. Ms Broadway was selected based on her experience, skills, and expertise. In this new role, Ms. Broadway will assume day-to-day oversight and responsibility for all business operations. Mike Goebig, president of the AMHA Board of Directors, said, “Julie was the unanimous choice of the Board and is an outstanding candidate to fill this position. Her leadership and management experience in investor-owned and privately-held corporations and non-profits, her years of leadership involvement with the Morgan clubs and shows, and her love for the breed will be a great asset to AMHA and will be instrumental in providing executive leadership to ensure that we accomplish our business objectives. She has enormous energy and passion for the breed and organization and will make invaluable contributions in many areas.”


Ms. Broadway said, “I’m honored to lead such an exceptional and exemplary organization. I look forward to building on our existing strengths and growing the Association. I have a deep and heartfelt love of the breed and organization and am truly delighted to serve in this role.”


The search and candidate selection process was thorough and exhaustive. MJM Global Search, an executive recruiting firm that identified and interviewed more than 100 candidates, conducted the nationwide search.


Prior to joining AMHA, Ms. Broadway was president of Broadway and Associates Consulting, which served the small business and non-profit sector and provided consulting services for Itron Inc. Before managing her own firm, Ms. Broadway was Executive Vice President and Vice President of Business Development of AMRON Technologies, Inc. and spent more than 20 years in leadership positions with Progress Energy, an investor-owned electric utility. Ms. Broadway has been an AMHA member for more than ten years and during that time has bred and shown Morgans.


Ms. Broadway holds a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Weems Graduate School at Meredith College, and currently is completing her Certificate in Non-Profit Management at Duke University. She has Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill in Industrial Relations and Psychology. Her professional affiliations are numerous, including the Business and Professional Women Association, American Business Women’s Association, and the National Association of Female Executives. She presently serves on the Board of the Virginia-Carolina Morgan Horse Club; the Board of Directors, executive committee, and Development Chair of PLM Families Together (a Wake County, North Carolina, homelessness organization); is President-Elect of BPW of Raleigh; the BRAVO! Committee of the North Carolina Symphony; editor of the Meredith MBA Alumni Newsletter; and is a member of the Junior League of Raleigh.


Julie and her husband, Tony Humphreys, will be relocating from Raleigh, North Carolina, to the Shelburne, Vermont, area in the coming months.


For more information on America’s original horse breed, contact the American Morgan Horse Association, Inc.©, 122 Bostwick Road, Shelburne, Vermont 05482; (802) 985-4944;


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