Kathleen has almost 15 years of University Press experience having worked for both Cornell and Penn State University Press in Sales and Marketing. This included direct sales to Independent bookstores, working with National and International Distributors to ensure availability, and managing exhibits at Scholarly meetings. Her background is varied to include work in local government as well as public education.
Publisher Liaison Manager
Clare Doyle is the Community and Development Manager for Third Chapter. She was previously subscriptions and marketing coordinator for ACLS Humanities E-Book. She is a graduate of the MA program in museum studies at the University of Leicester, UK. She also holds a Graduate Diploma in library and information studies as well as a BA in archaeology and history from University Dublin, Ireland. Doyle previously worked as editor of Book Review Digest, a publication of the former H. W. Wilson Company. She is the vice president of Green Shores NYC, a group that advocates for a cleaner, greener and more accessible East River waterfront in Queens.
Community and Development Manager
Chris is a freelance content and marketing consultant for Third Chapter, responsible for managing the websites for Third Chapter and Oh, the Humanities! Based out of San Franscisco, he previously worked managing content and communications for local non-profits and businesses, in addition to working remotely with the University of Michigan Publishing services on the Humanities E-Book collection. He is currently working in marketing and business development for a New Orleans architecture firm. Chris earned his BA in English from Loyola University New Orleans and MS in Publishing: Print and Digital Media from New York University.
Content and Marketing Consultant
Megan graduated in 2021 from MSU Denver with a BA in Somatic Cultural Studies. During her undergraduate program, Megan studied dance, sociology, and psychology in Accra, Ghana at the University of Ghana Legon, which sparked her interest in International Education. She has recently graduated and now holds an MA in International Education and Development at New York University School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Megan‘s research interests include decolonizing education, sustainable cross-cultural exchange, and development in the U.S. and sub-Saharan Africa.