Bill ColacchioNew York, New York, United States

Bill Colacchio is a seasoned professional in the field of STM publishing, boasting more than 30 years of experience across all aspects of the industry. With expertise in peer-review, editorial, production, distribution, and financial management of journals, Bill has played an instrumental role in several organizations. He has actively participated in the design of all-digital workflows, developed new electronic products and tools, and improved editorial workflows through the application of Agile Scrum Methodology as a Certified Scrum Product Owner.

Bill has a Bachelor's Degree in English/Journalism with a minor in Biology from Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. He has received training in Unix/Mac/PC environments and has adapted to the continuous changes in electronic publishing workflows. Bill is also an active member of various STM and social media organizations, including Association of American Publishers/Professional Scholarly Publishers (AAP/PSP) Journals Committee, International Association of Scientific, Technical, and Medical Publishers (STM), Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP), Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA), Social Media Today (SMT), Business Development Institute (BDI), SCOPE Knowledgespeak, and more.

In 2017, Bill took up the position of Senior Manager, Publications & Education Strategies and Services at the IEEE Signal Processing Society. In this newly created position, Bill will apply his knowledge of managing publications to develop specific and tailored educational programs for its volunteers, society members, and supporting staff.

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