Shira Bistricer is Collection Development Specialist for ACLS Humanities E-Book. She coordinates the acquisition of recommended titles as well as licensing and digitization of HEB's backlist. In addition to HEB, she also works as an Archival Processing Assistant for the Spector Collection at the Library of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. Shira recently earned an M.L.S. and Certificate in Archives and Preservation of Cultural Materials from Queens College. She also holds an M.A. from New York University in World History.
Brian Forsythe is an accounting consultant at ACLS Humanities E-Book. He is responsible for billing and royalty payouts for the organization. Brian is a CPA, having earning a B.S. in Accounting from Ramapo College of New Jersey as well as a B.S. in Sociology from William Paterson University. Outside of HEB, Brian freelances for an array of small to medium-sized business and non-profit organizations.
Nina Gielen is Managing Editor for ACLS Humanities E-Book. She oversees day-to-day operations at HEB, as well as managing its handheld/mobile editions program and print-to-digital conversion of XML titles. She is the author of two white papers published by HEB, ACLS Humanities E-Book XML Conversion Experiment: Report on Workflow, Costs, and User Preferences and Handheld E-Book Readers and Scholarship: Report and Reader Survey. Nina holds a B.A. in English from Wesleyan University and an M.A. in Media Studies from The New School. Away from HEB she is also a filmmaker.
Kevin Murphy is the Editorial Assistant for ACLS Humanities E-Book. In addition to his work at HEB, Kevin is also interning at Berghahn Books. He received his B.A. in English from Lafayette College in Pennsylvania, and is currently working toward his M.S. in Publishing at New York University.
Edward Reiner is a freelance business consultant who advises HEB on sales, marketing, pricing and customer relations.
KC Trommer is the Subscriptions and Marketing Coordinator for ACLS Humanities E-Book. KC is a graduate of the M.F.A. program in Creative Writing at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and holds a B.A. in English from the University of Georgia. For her writing, she has been recognized with an Academy of American Poets Prize, a Table 4 Writers Foundation Grant, as well as fellowships from the Center for Book Arts, the Vermont Studio Center, the Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and the Prague Summer Program. A chapbook of her poems, entitled The Hasp Tongue, is forthcoming in 2014.
Catherine Lee Walton is responsible for outreach to HEB's existing and prospective subscribers throughout the Midwestern United States. Lee has over twenty years experience as a business development executive in sales, merchandising and marketing whose career includes management positions at the Dictograph Marketing Company and the Sweet P Corporation. She is currently working on her degree in market research and behavioral psychology and has conducted numerous research projects in these fields.