Publishing roles and responsibilities vary greatly and require a diverse range of technical and interpersonal skills to succeed and make an impact on an organization. Managing editors are responsible for the operations of a publication or several publications, and oversee contributors, peer reviewers, editors, and other production personnel. In this Publishing CareerBuilder, we’ll hear from a panel of experts in managerial editing. You’ll learn about their day-to-day responsibilities, career trajectory, and involvement in the industry. You’ll also learn about opportunities in the field, the skills that are required, and lessons on how you can build your career as a managing editor and become a successful leader in the field.
Panelists: Meghan McDevitt, Managing Editor, Origin Editorial; President International Society for Managing and Technical Editors (ISMTE); Jason Roberts, Senior Partner, Origin Editorial; and Emma Shumeyko, MPS, Senior Managing Editor of Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) and PNAS Nexus; Director, Council of Science Editors, CSE
Moderators: Nicole Mintz, Director of Career Services, the George Washington University College of Professional Studies; and John W. Warren, Director and Professor, MPS in Publishing program, the George Washington University College of Professional Studies
This event is sponsored by the Publishing Graduate Program, College of Professional Studies, George Washington University.