Staff changes: Goodbye Naama
31st May 2011
Naama Amram is leaving Fremantle Press this month. Naama joined the Press a year ago on a six-month editorial internship grant from the APA’s 2010 Publishing Internship Program.
CEO Jane Fraser said Naama has been an invaluable member of the editorial and marketing teams who not only has developed the skills to become a fine editor, but also has the right can-do attitude and versatility that will see her excel in any area of publishing.
“Having Naama on staff has been a privilege and an honour and we look forward to following her next career move,” said Fraser
“Her colleagues at Fremantle Press valued her talent as well as her bright and positive personality — she will be sorely missed,” said Fraser.
Amram said the competence, vision and integrity of the team makes Fremantle Press an ideal place to work.
“Over the months I have been part of many exciting projects and I’m grateful to the Press for the skills and opportunities they have given me,” said Amram.
In other staff news, Stephanie Sutcliffe has graduated from her role as the Fremantle Press intern to a short-term contract as the Fremantle Press Marketing Assistant. Stephanie is on the cusp of gaining her Bachelor of Arts Communications and Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Australia.
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