California biz weekly makes promotions
Henry Dubroff, the editor and founder of the Pacific Coast Business Times, writes about promotions on his editorial staff.
Dubroff writes, “Stephen Nellis, hired five years ago as he was graduating from the University of Missouri School of Journalism, has emerged as a force to be reckoned with when it comes to reporting and writing. He has carved out a substantial niche, covering technology and courts and leading much of our project coverage.
“And Marlize van Romburgh, a proud Cal Poly SLO journalism graduate, has emerged as a master of multitasking. She covers finance and commercial estate, produces our main news section and handles most of our public records and Top 25 list research.
“Effective March 1, Stephen took on the title of senior editor. He gradually is taking over many of the editing and content management functions that I have held since we commenced publication on March 27, 2000. Also on March 1, Marlize was promoted to managing editor. She will oversee editorial production and design both in print and on the Web.
“These are well-deserved promotions and I’m delighted to be making them.”
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