Volunteers Make EDSF REPORT Possible

By | December 8, 2009

By Brenda Kai, executive director, EDSF

“I want to thank and pay tribute to all of our volunteers – those dedicated people who believe in all work and no pay”.
–Robert Orben, humorist, writer and editor

Without our volunteers, who give selflessly of their time and expertise, EDSF — the international non-profit organization dedicated to the document management and graphic communications industries — would not be able to accomplish all that it does. Our volunteers tell us repeatedly that they choose to get involved because they consider it a pleasure to improve the lives of others and give back to the industry.

Last week, during EDSF’s “The Future is Bright” Awareness Campaign — a chance for you to get to know more about EDSF — we introduced our Scholarship Selection Committee. This week, we would like to recognize the volunteers that make the EDSF REPORT possible. The EDSF REPORT provides input on current trends and serves to promote research, and thanks to our volunteers, we’re able to deliver this valuable industry resource. Our hats are off to:

Editor-in-chief: The one and only, Frank Romano, EDP, professor emeritus, RIT

Editors: Toby Cobrin, EDP, INTERQUEST, Roberta McKee-Jackson, EDP, RSM Consulting, UK, and Sidney F. Huttner, University of Iowa Libraries

Printing: Sir Speedy and PIP Printing

Printing Coordinator: Lisa Wallingford, Franchise Services

Finish and Mail: Anthony Sarno, InfoPrint Solutions

The EDSF REPORT is published six times a year and is funded by individual and corporate contributions. To download copies of all EDSF REPORTS or to make a donation, please visit the Web site at www.edsf.org.

EDSF Scholar of the Day
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Chiara Bertato, Scuola Superiore, Internazionale di Scienze dalla Formazione, Italy
EDSF’s OutputLinks Sponsors Scholarship 2009

“I have learned that if you have a big passion inside of you, only your mind and your willpower can help you achieve dreams you thought were too big even to be dreamt. So I would like to use this scholarship to cherish my passion for the graphic and communication field, led by my curiosity to know and learn more and more about the world around me.”

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