Window Film Magazine Announces Staff ChangesJuly 2nd, 2014 by Editor
Key Communications Inc. has announced a number of editorial staff changes at Window Film magazine. The magazine has hired a new assistant editor, and added a contributing writer and editorial director to its award-winning staff.
Casey Flores will serve as assistant editor, replacing Casey Neeley who has left for another position much closer to her home. “We were sad to see Casey leave but she had nearly an 80 mile commute each way,” says Tara Taffera, Window Film editorial director. “She did a great job with the publication, and we know ‘the new Casey’ will build upon her success.”
Taffera currently serves as vice president of editorial services for all of Key Communications’ publications and will serve as editorial director of WindowFilm. When she started with Key nearly 17 years ago, she served as editor of the publication.
Flores graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from the California University of Pennsylvania. He also has served as an editor of his college newspaper and a reporter for the Westmoreland News in Virginia.
Also coming back to the Window Film team is former editor Drew Vass, who will serve as contributing writer, tackling many of the important topics affecting the window film industry. Vass served as editor of the publication from 2007 to 2009 and also served as associate publisher.
Tara Taffera may be contacted at 540/720-5584 x 113 and at firstname.lastname@example.org. Casey Flores may be contacted at 540/720-5584 x 120 and at email@example.com. Drew Vass may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.