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Packers promote Popkey, Ledvina

Nov. 6, 2013
 
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The Green Bay Packers on Thursday named Aaron Popkey point person for dealings with local public officials and organizations. Heíll also be involved in planning development of the area around Lambeau Field. Popkey was promoted to director of public relations. Also, the team promoted Nicole Ledvina to director of human resources. A De Pere native, Popkey joined the Packers in 1993 and was assistant director of public relations-corporate communications. He is a director of the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, Bellin Health Foundation and Green Bay Marathon. He received a bachelorís degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Ledvina, a native of Two Rivers, joined the team in 2003. She most recently was human resources manager. Ledvina held positions in human resources with Hoida Lumber, De Pere, and the city of Green Bay/Brown County joint HR department. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with a degree in human resources. -- Richard Ryman/Press-Gazette

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