Imagine Communications’ Biernacinski named communications administrator for UFAF, Chun Kuk Do Magazine editor-in-chief

Professional has background in communications, journalism, media studies

HENDERSON, Nev. – The United Fighting Arts Federation, an international martial arts membership organization, has named Melissa Biernacinski communications administrator for UFAF and editor-in-chief of Chun Kuk Do Magazine – both volunteer positions.

Biernacinski is a 2nd degree black belt in Chun Kuk Do and has been practicing the martial art of Chun Kuk Do for almost 16 years.

Professionally, Biernacinski serves as director of media relations for Imagine Communications, where she has worked for almost seven years. She also has a background in journalism, which includes a bachelor’s degree from UNLV in journalism and media studies.

Established in 2000, Imagine Communications is a full-service marketing and communications firm that provides strategic business planning, public relations, advertising, video production, consulting and government affairs services to clients nationwide. The company’s 12-person team works with a diverse array of clients of all sizes and in industries across the board.

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The United Fighting Arts Federation is a worldwide martial arts membership organization founded by Chuck Norris. Members of the organization study the style of Chun Kuk Do. UFAF is the governing and sanctioning body for the Chun Kuk Do style, providing technical standards for instruction and advancement in the system.

Chun Kuk Do is a Korean-based American hard style of karate. The style was founded by Norris and was originally based on his Tang Soo Do training in Korea while he was in the military. Having gone by several names since the early 1970s, the style has been known as Chun Kuk Do since 1990. The name is loosely translated to mean “The Universal Way.” (Literally translated, “The way of 1,000 lands” or “The way of many lands.”) Chun Kuk Do has come to emphasize self defense, competition, weapons, grappling, fitness and more.

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