ECPC Sub-groups

 

Career Development

To raise awareness of the different publishing functions and wealth of opportunities open to early career publishing professionals.

To provide resources to early career publishers to assist them in navigating their way through the various publishing roles available; and HR professionals to provide career advice to those deciding on their career path.

To advocate for diversity and inclusion within the publishing industry.

Charlotte Bruce, Wiley (Chair)
Emma Buckingham, IWAP Publishing
Erin Foley, Copyright Clearance Center
Freya Leask, Future Science Group

Outreach

Acts as the communications arm of the STM ECPC, including leading its social media presence
Leads efforts to raise the profile of the ECPC, its priorities, and activities
Supports the other sub-committees with their outreach activities
Organises events and activities designed to help the ECPC achieve its priorities

Charlotte Bruce, Wiley
Emma Buckingham, IWAP
Melissa Close, Emerald (Chair)
Elizabeth Detisova, Springer Nature (SSP ECSC liaison)
Erin Foley, Copyright Clearance Center
Matthew Kershis, AIP Publishing
Naamah Maundrell, Future Science Group

 

 

Mentoring

To facilitate the sharing of knowledge, expertise, skills, insights and experiences through the annual STM ECPC cross-company international mentoring programme, which pairs up individuals in STM member organisations to support professional development and career goals across all levels of seniority.

Sara Bosshart, Royal Society of Chemistry 
Sam Goodchild, Springer Nature
Chris McEntee, Cambridge University Press
Rachel Moriarty, Oxford University Press (Chair)
Mikiko Senda, Wiley
Qiuwan Zhuang, IoP Publishing

 

Graduate Publishing

To take the actions of the wider STM ECPC and ensure they are relevant to and discoverable by graduates. To engage with graduates, and appropriate academic institutions / publishing groups, to raise their awareness of STM publishing as a career option.

Emma Buckingham, IWAP
Kayla Dos Santos, Elsevier
Chris McEntee, Cambridge University Press
Jason Mitchell, Elsevier (Chair)
Rachel Moriarty, Oxford University Press
Mikiko Senda, Wiley