The Indigo Ink Press Board of Trustees includes talented area business professionals and entrepreneurs including David Kaminski, Tim Belden, Sue Grabowski, Mike Nasvadi and Kelli J. Scott, seasoned educator Cynthia Staudt, and artist/entrepreneur Elizabeth Jacob.
Owner, Joseph Saxton Gallery of Photography
Belden is an entrepreneur and area businessman. His most recent project is the Joseph Saxton Gallery of Photography, located in the center of the city block that he is redeveloping in downtown Canton’s Arts District. He studied creative writing and art history at Bowling Green and Cornell Universities.
President and CEO, Grabowski and Company
Grabowski founded Grabowski and Co. in 1997. Today the company is a full-service marketing communications agency that runs the gamut from small businesses to Fortune 500 clients. Grabowski has her bachelor’s in communications from Malone University.
Artist and Designer, Yellow Finch Designs
Jacob is an active Stark County artist, jewelry designer and amateur photographer. She graduated from Ohio University with a B.A. in English and she began Yellow Finch Designs as an online jewelry boutique and blog in 2005.
Director of Energy and Public Affairs, Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce
Prior to joining the Chamber, Kaminski was operating a research and consulting business that he had formed after his retirement from The Repository in May of 2007. He spent 33 years at the newspaper, the last 10 as the newspaper’s editor. He has a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Notre Dame.
Owner/Editor, Buzzbin Magazine
“Buzzbin” Mike Nasvadi is an area entrepreneur who runs the popular arts & entertainment monthly, Buzzbin Magazine and the new bi-weekly Canton Fly Paper. He focuses on marketing small business by day and runs the Canton Arts District based neighborhood concert club, Buzzbin Art & Music Shop, by night. He books musical acts from all over the world to play Canton. Nasvadi studied theory of mathematics at Kent State University and The University of Akron.
Kelli J. Scott, MS, CDM
Director, Workforce Planning & Corporate Diversity
Scott’s role at Aultman fosters inclusion and cultural competency in a multi-faceted portfolio that includes workforce development, supplier diversity, patient care and community engagement. Her 20+ career includes finance, management, training and development, and social services, with organizations such as U.S. Bank and Dale Carnegie Training. She has a bachelor’s degree in business management from Malone University, and a master’s degree in marketing & communications from Franklin University.
Cynthia Staudt, Ed.D.
Department Chair, Language and Letters, Walsh University
Staudt is an associate professor of English and director of Writing Across the Curriculum at Walsh University. She holds a B.A. from Wittenberg University, a M.A. from Indiana University and an Ed.D. from The University of Akron. Staudt joined Walsh in 1978.