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Ken Heideman holds an M.S. in Meteorology from Penn State. After spending the first part of his career as a research meteorologist, first at PROFS in Boulder, Colorado (where he got to chase tornadoes as part of his job), and then at the Air Force Geophysics Lab in Bedford, Massachusetts, he found his dream job at the American Meteorological Society in 1998. He has been the Director of Publications since 1999. He is active in the Council of Science Editors, and he served as its president in 2011.
Jeff Rosenfeld has been Editor-in-Chief of BAMS since 2001. Previously, he was a writer for Scientific American, the National Science Foundation, and others. Rosenfeld is the author of Eye of the Storm: Inside the World's Deadliest Hurricanes, Tornadoes, and Blizzards, and has coauthored other books on weather and meteorology for National Geographic and the Discovery Channel. He got his start in AMS through meetings and committees, as well as collaborations on education and outreach during his long tenure as an editor of Weatherwise magazine.
Bryan Hanssen has worked for AMS since 1994 when he was hired as an editorial assistant in the Publications Department. He was also copy editor for the Journal of Climate and the Journal of Applied Meteorology (now Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology) before joining the BAMS staff. As managing editor Bryan oversees the day-to-day operations for BAMS and BAMS Digital Edition, which includes tracking statuses of BAMS’s many sections and managing production schedules.
Sarah Jane holds a master's degree in magazine journalism from Syracuse University and has worked for several Boston-area publishers. She joined AMS in 2005 to help establish AMS Books. She specializes in working with first-time authors, liaises with distribution partners University of Chicago Press and Springer Nature, and leads the Publications Marketing Group. In her free time she practices and teaches yoga and meditation.
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Mike Friedman has been with AMS since 2001, first as a technical editor, and then as the Journals Production Manager for the past 12 years. He supervises a production team responsible for manuscript submission and production of AMS’s 10 technical journals and the Meteorological Monograph series. Mike has served on the Board of Directors for the Council of Science Editors, and is also active with the Society for Scholarly Publishing. He has a Ph.D. in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Sheila joined the AMS journals production team in 2010 after her time at Beacon Press, Candlewick Press, and the Publications department of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She currently manages the team processing author submissions, works with the online manuscript tracking system, and contributes to all aspects of the production process.
Mark has been a technical editor at AMS since 1999 and has been the head of the technical editing group since 2004. Prior to working at AMS, he was an air pollution meteorologist and atmospheric scientist at a private consulting firm and the Argonne National Laboratory, where he was part of the Environmental Policy Group. Mark's work, published in AMS journals and elsewhere, involved sophisticated air pollution modeling and policy analysis related to the Clean Air Act Amendments and other regulatory requirements around acidic deposition, ground-level ozone, particulates, and other pollutants.
Jessica joined AMS as a copy editor in 2007 after 3 years in scholarly, academic, and trade book publishing. She is also a member of the Council of Science Editors and serves as the copy chief for their journal, Science Editor.