Information Publishing Group of TechBooks Expands Staff
Press release from the issuing company
FAIRFAX, VA, June 30, 2003—TechBooks, a leading provider of global publishing technology, has announced the following staff additions to the Information Publishing Group.
Rob Rioux has joined the organization as manager, sales. He will report directly to Iris L. Hanney, president of TechBooks IPG. Rioux's area of responsibility will include the growth and expansion of data conversion opportunities throughout the corporate business sector by providing technical information solutions in such problem areas as parts lists, maintenance manuals, research and development documentation and engineering specifications. Rioux has nearly 20 years of experience in technical communications, and most recently was employed as a senior manager by United Technologies Corporation's Otis Elevator Division. He earned a bachelor's degree from Assumption College and has a master's degree from Wesleyan University. Rioux and his wife reside in Newington, CT with their two cats.
Courtney Christman comes to TechBooks IPG as project manager, and reports to Stephen Simon, director of production and development. Christman manages the data and image conversion for several of TechBooks IPG's key clients. She interfaces with the programming teams as well as the clients, and acts as liaison for TechBooks IPG's facilities off-shore. Christman previously worked at the Directorate of Information Management, Forces Command, Fort McPherson, GA where, among other duties, she helped to equip, train and integrate the Navy and Marine Corps with 160,000 state-of-the-art computer systems. Christman received a BA in Computer Science/Mathematics from Smith College. She lives in Arlington, VA.
Paige Mento also joins TechBooks IPG as project manager, reporting to Stephen Simon. She will coordinate projects for a number of clients, utilizing her skills in electronic publishing and database management. She also will function as liaison with Marketing. Mento worked as an electronic document specialist at Dynamic Technologies Systems, where she was instrumental in converting thousands of pages for a number of government agencies, and as a financial analyst at Bradson Corporation. Mento received a BS in Art Studio & Visual Communication from Towson State University, and earned Web Developer Certification at George Washington University. She resides with her cat in Falls Church, VA.
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