Eli Natinsky is IABCLA’s vice president/president-elect. He works closely with the chapter’s president and its other leaders to ensure the group is operating efficiently. His various duties include creating board discussion agendas and distributing meeting minutes, as well as orchestrating and assisting with networking events. He also produces content for chapter communications, such as its social media, website, and newsletter. Previously, he was vice president of operations.

Natinsky’s communication strengths are writing and project coordination. He has a passion for language, and he enjoys crafting print and online materials, including newsletters, annual reports, brochures, media releases, website copy, and blog posts. He also appreciates working with cross-functional teams and third party vendors — photographers, graphic designers, printers, website developers — on the design and distribution of marketing and publicity pieces.

He has extensive experience in the automotive industry, as well as the nonprofit sector. His past employers and clients include MSLGROUP, General Motors, Chevrolet, ACDelco, and Oakland Community College in Southeast Michigan. Natinsky is currently seeking full-time employment. He can be reached through LinkedIn.

“IABC is a tremendous organization, and my involvement in the Los Angeles chapter has been a career highlight,” he said. “I appreciate the reciprocal relationship I have with fellow members  — I learn from them and I enjoy sharing my knowledge. IABCLA has also given me a greater sense of my abilities and interests, and its helped me focus on the type of job opportunities — writing and project coordination — I’d like to pursue going forward.”