Media People on the Move

 Tammy Galvin - Publisher at Greenspring Media

Tammy Galvin - Publisher at Greenspring Media

Greenspring Media has a new leader with the announcement that Tammy Galvin has assumed the role as publisher. Galvin, who joined Greenspring in 2014, has more than 25 years of media leadership experience, developing franchise and custom publications, digital media and event solutions for some of the country’s preeminent publishers (including Lakewood and Ehlert in Minnesota). Galvin will spearhead the overall strategic plan and tactical deliverables for Greenspring’s multifaceted business. She replaces Jamie Flaws who resigned to pursue other interests.

 Arthur Morrissey - Director of Marketing, Events & Partnerships at Greenspring Media

Arthur Morrissey - Director of Marketing, Events & Partnerships at Greenspring Media

MMPA is pleased to announce that Greenspring Media’s Arthur Morrissey has been named to its Board of Directors. Morrissey joined Greenspring in 2017 as the Director of Marketing, Events & Partnerships. He leads the development of strategic brand marketing and overall customer experience.  Morrissey previously worked for 11 years at Morrissey Hospitality Companies.  He’s a graduate of St. John’s University and will head the Excellence Awards committee for MMPA.  

 Jared Pfeifer - Publisher at Foodservice News

Jared Pfeifer - Publisher at Foodservice News

Jared Pfeifer has joined Foodservice News as its first full-time publisher.  Foodservice News is the news and information source for the foodservice community.  

Pfiefer was Publisher, then Group Publisher for Grand View Outdoor overseeing both consumer (Bowhunting World) and B2B (Archery Business) brands in the outdoor market.  Even though most of his recent experience has been in the outdoor market, he does have an affinity for the foodservice industry. “In high school I sold knives door-to-door,” he says, laughing. 

In addition to the print product, Pfiefer will be looking for ways to increase the digital footprint for Foodservice News, adding new opportunities to help boost advertisers’ digital presence, through web banners, email offerings, social media and “native content.”

Married with two young children, Pfiefer says he doesn’t have time for a lot of hobbies, although he ticked off hunting, work and family. “I’m more excited by this opportunity than I have been in a decade of work,” he says. “Foodservice News already has a terrific team in place, and I look forward to helping grow the brand even further.”