A Big THANK YOU to Staff

by | Dec 14, 2020

We want to say a giant THANK YOU to all the amazing staff whose expertise with contracts, vendor registration, logistics, and scheduling make the work we do with author clients possible.

Thank you to all the university department coordinators, financial and procurement staff, vendor managers, and administrative assistants we’ve had the privilege of working with in 2020.

We know your work is hard in any year but this year brought astounding upheavals that forced many of you to build brand-new systems on the fly, field panicked questions from vendors and faculty alike, and figure out how to keep everything running—all while juggling the homeschooling, health crises, budget cuts, and other traumas this pandemic has brought. Your compassion, grace, and brilliant solutions are truly appreciated. Thank you for all you do.

You rock!

  • Kathy Ahearn (University of Cincinnati)
  • Geneva Amador (UC Riverside)
  • Sergio Arciniegas (McGill University)
  • Melanie Barnes (Virginia Commonwealth University)
  • Debbie Beebe (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign)
  • Michael Berre (UC San Diego)
  • Seth Bernstein (Northwestern University)
  • Sasha Bordeaux (University of Minnesota)
  • Chad Brasure (University of Washington)
  • Jo Bynum (Brown University)
  • Andrew Cepeda (Harvard University)
  • Alyssa Ching (San Francisco State University)
  • Stacy Coleman (Colgate University)
  • Iris Colon (Loyola University Chicago)
  • Renee Cross (University of Illinois at Chicago)
  • Alan Dang (UC San Diego)
  • Carmen Diaz (NYU)
  • Erika Diaz-Apodaca (CSU East Bay)
  • Carmella Gómez (University of Illinois at Chicago)
  • Ike Egbue (American Anthropological Association)
  • Nan Flood (University of Michigan)
  • Lawrenz Fortuno (UC San Diego)
  • José García (University of Arizona)
  • Carolyn Good (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
  • Stephanie Hasse (Notre Dame University)
  • Patricia Heisler (University of Texas at Austin)
  • Wayne High (University of Michigan)
  • Darlene Jackson (University of Pennsylvania)
  • Stephanie Kaufman (University of Texas at Austin)
  • Raghav Khanijow (San Francisco State University)
  • Victoria Leo (San Francisco State University)
  • Jenny Henderson Luttrell (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign)
  • Janine McKenna (American Anthropological Association)
  • Christopher McNett (University of Texas at Austin)
  • Richard Medrano (UCLA)
  • Melissa Melnikoff (University of San Francisco)
  • Beth Moody (CSU Long Beach)
  • Meritza Moss (Columbia University)
  • Mercedes Nysus (University of New Mexico)
  • Nancy Peterson (University of New Hampshire)
  • Kristin Reagan (University of Oregon)
  • Chris Redihan (Brown University)
  • Trish Reynolds (Rutgers University)
  • Carlisa Robinson (NYU)
  • Julio Rodriguez (UC Irvine)
  • Sally Roedl (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • Tonya Rosa (Brown University)
  • Stephanie Rose (University of San Francisco)
  • Su Ann Rose (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
  • John Schember (Vanderbilt)
  • Jean Wogaman (American University)
  • Lydia Yoon (UC Berkeley)
<h3> Author: <a href="https://ideasonfire.net/author/admin/" target="_self">Cathy Hannabach</a></h3>

Author: Cathy Hannabach

Cathy Hannabach is the founder and CEO of Ideas on Fire. She's the author of Book Marketing for Academics and Blood Cultures: Medicine, Media, and Militarisms as well as host of the Imagine Otherwise podcast.

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