Tice rejoins STJ’s staff
Tasha Tice has been named the Times-Journal’s audience development manager, focusing on building the reach and audience of all of the Times-Journal’s print and digital products.
Tice, a native of Selma and graduate of Meadowview Christian School, returns to the
Times-Journal where she worked as district manager in the newspaper’s circulation department from September 2009 to June 2011. More recently, Tice had worked as circulation manager of the Times-Journal’s sister newspaper, The Troy Messenger, in Troy.
“I truly enjoyed working in Troy, but I had the opportunity to return to my hometown newspaper and I also wanted to be closer to family and friends,” Tice, said. “I look forward to growing the circulation department and I also look forward to being involved in the community.”
Tice, who was a volunteer firefighter with the Spring Hill Fire Department in Troy, has since joined the Potter Station Fire Department as a volunteer fire department.
“Tasha is a great addition to the staff of the Times-Journal and to the community,” Times-Journal publisher Dennis Palmer said. “We were thrilled with the chance to have her come back to Selma and back home to the Times-Journal.”
Tice attended Wallace Community College-Selma and majored in business. As audience development manager, Tice is charged with managing and increasing distribution of each of the products produced by The Selma Times-Journal, as well as the newspaper’s digital and online products.
“I am so happy to be back in my hometown among family, friends, and great co-workers,” Tice said.
To contact Tice, call (334) 875-2110.