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After receiving a record number of member votes, the Software & Information Industry Association's (SIIA) Content & Information Services Division (CISD) has announced its newly elected Board of Directors for the 2014-2016 term, and Newstex President Larry Schwartz is once again one of the elected Directors.This will mark Larry's fifth term elected to serve on the SIIA Content Division Board of Directors. He served a maximum of three consecutive terms between 2004 and 2010 followed by a two-year hiatus. In 2012, he was re-elected to the Board of Directors, and now, in 2014, he will serve another two years on the Board.The SIIA Content Division Board of Directors terms begin on April 1, 2014. The new Board of Directors will develop and prioritize the Division’s initiatives and determine the projects, activities and events to that will be undertaken by SIIA during their terms.The full list of newly elected and re-elected members of the SIIA Content Division Board of Directors follows:

  • Larry Schwartz, Newstex, LLC
  • Nancy Aldrich-Ruenzel, Pearson Education
  • Chris Broekhoff, MEI Global LLC
  • Dan Duncan, McGraw Hill Financial
  • Ethan Eisner, Lexis Nexis (Chair)
  • Adam Gross, Jordan, Edmiston Group
  • Ed Keating, BLR
  • Daniel Kortick, The Wicks Group of Companies, LLC
  • Peter Marney, John Wiley & Sons (Vice-Chair)
  • Kevin Novak, American Institute of Architects
  • Frank Rubino, Mark Logic Corporation

A number of board members are also renewing their terms, including:

  • Will Bergmann, Factiva, from Dow Jones
  • Cindy Carter, FDAnews
  • Ed Coburn, Mequoda Group, LLC
  • Keith Cooper, Connotate, Inc.
  • Meg Hargreaves, CQ Roll Call
  • Lucretia Lyons, Business Valuation Resources, LLC
  • Robin Neidorf, Free Pint Limited
  • Ian Rosen, Dow Jones
  • Isaac Sacolick, McGraw-Hill Construction
  • Daniel Schaible, BurrellesLuce
  • Heidi Sullivan, Cision
  • Jeff Wilensky, ProQuest
  • Norman Williams, The Christian Science Monitor
  • Mary Jo Zandy, Berkery, Noyes & Co.

Through business development opportunities, public policy advocacy, and distribution of important market information, the SIIA Content Division works with media, publishing, and information companies to effectively address changes in both software and technology that directly and indirectly affect the content industry. Its members are made of of content and technology companies that publish and deliver content across all platforms, software, applications, services, and more.Please join us in congratulating Larry on his election!