Contentra Technologies Welcomes Amy Pavelich as Editor
Pavelich brings over two decades of educational publishing experience in print and digital product development.
November 2, 2022
Cincinnati, Ohio. Contentra Technologies, one of the most respected companies in the business of editorial and project support for K–12 education publishers, welcomes Amy Pavelich to its editorial department.
Pavelich, who joined Contentra in October of this year, approaches her work by incorporating the 4 C’s of education—critical and creative thinking, communication, and collaboration—into each of her projects.
“Amy’s skill set is exactly what we’re looking for when adding to our team,” observed Contentra CEO Bill Faber. “Her attention to details is exactly what our clients require, and her experience working across a broad range of disciplines is invaluable.”
Pavelich’s project management experience provides her unique insights for how best to support our internal teams as well as represent our client. As she likes to say, “The devil is in the details.” Amy is adept at working on print, digital, and blended projects and across multiple learning management systems.
Faber adds, “Amy brings a depth of professionalism and experience to our team that are hallmarks of Contentra’s commitment to support our clients on all their projects.”
About Contentra Technologies
Since 2006, Contentra has been at the forefront of content transformation. Our team of expert content editors and writers partners with publishers to develop high-quality, engaging, and meaningful content for English language arts, science, and social studies. Our team can enter seamlessly into any phase of a project or products with immediate turnaround.
Contentra also offers a wide range of content conversion and print and digital content development services to leading national libraries, educational publishers, digital news media, aggregators, governments, and corporations across the world. Our content conversion teams provide specialized solutions for mass content conversion, clipping, and transformations from legacy or born digital formats such as hard copy, images, PDFs, or microfilms. Our technology-driven production processes enable us to republish content into sophisticated ePubs, XMLs, and many other formats for digital and mobile platforms.