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ALM’s New Board Leadership

The Association for Linen Management (ALM) announced new Board leadership.

Chip Malboeuf,  Vice President Operations and Engineering at ImageFIRST assumes role as Chairman of the Board (image left).

Liz Remillong, Vice President of Business Development at Core Linen Service was elected as Vice Chair (image middle).

Tiffany Brady, Director of Customer Relations and Logistics at West Michigan Shared Hospital Laundry was elected as a director (image right).


Chris Christie, CLLM, MHLM, System Linen Manager at Ascension Health was also re-elected as a director.

With ALM’s aggressive strategic plan and rapid growth, these leaders assume their role in a defining moment for the association.

“Under Chip’s leadership and with the addition of Liz and Tiffany, I couldn’t be more excited about ALM’s direction. Visionary leaders like them are what propels ALM to become even more vital in the textile care services landscape as the premier resource for education and networking,” said ALM Executive Director, Sarah Brobeck.

“I am deeply honored to ascend to the role of Chairman of the ALM Board of Directors,” said Malboeuf. “Building upon the remarkable momentum of the Board of Directors and the ALM staff, I am committed to advancing our mission and continuing to grow the educational opportunities we offer. Together, we will strive to help provide leadership development and industry expertise, ensuring ALM continues to be a beacon of learning and development for all.”

“I am so honored to be able to serve the members of ALM. I am excited to work with Chip and the board on all the fantastic initiatives Sarah and her team have been working on,” shared Remillong. “It’s a great time to be part of a wonderful organization and am looking forward to all the future offerings ALM will bring to the industry!”

The ALM Board of Directors provides the association with oversight, policy making and long-term strategy.