ProLiteracy Hires New Vice President of Publishing

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ProLiteracy is pleased to welcome Sonja Chernos as the new VP of Publishing for ProLiteracy’s publishing division, New Readers Press.

Sonja Chernos, the new VP of publishing for ProLiteracy.

Sonja Chernos

Sonja, with her experience and background, will be a tremendous asset as we explore new publishing initiatives that support our organization’s mission of increasing adult literacy rates.

ProLiteracy is pleased to welcome Sonja Chernos as the new VP of Publishing for ProLiteracy’s publishing division, New Readers Press. She is responsible for the strategic direction and management of the organization’s current portfolio and future curriculum development as well as distribution of both print and digital solutions for adult basic education, English language learning, high school equivalency, and workforce development.

Sonja has extensive experience in curriculum development and portfolio management. Prior to joining ProLiteracy, she spent 13 years with McGraw-Hill Education in different capacities, most recently as the VP of Academic Design for Intervention, Adult Education, and Product Development Operations. Sonja holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental and occupational health science and a master’s in public health from California State University, Northridge.

Kevin Morgan, president and CEO of ProLiteracy said, “While ProLiteracy and New Readers Press have been developing effective adult literacy resources for over 50 years, we are looking for innovative ways to help adult learners access new instructional material through books and education technology. Sonja, with her experience and background, will be a tremendous asset as we explore new publishing initiatives that support our organization’s mission of increasing adult literacy rates.”

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About ProLiteracy

ProLiteracy believes every adult has the right to literacy. ProLiteracy, the largest adult literacy and basic education membership organization in the nation, is committed to creating a world in which all adults are literate. ProLiteracy has 1,000 member programs in all 50 states and the District of Columbia and works with 52 nongovernmental organizations in 34 developing countries. ProLiteracy develops educational programs that help adults acquire the literacy practices and skills they need to function more effectively in their daily lives with reading, writing, and basic math skills, as well as financial, digital, and health literacy. For more information about ProLiteracy, please visit http://www.proliteracy.org.

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