Annie Gering manages the day-to-day operations of RTI Press, a global publisher of peer-reviewed, open-access publications. She coordinates peer review and manages the production of between 25 and 30 reports, briefs, and books per year using a timely XML-based production workflow that she helped develop.
Ms. Gering has 20 years of academic publishing experience. She is fluent in many types of publishing software, including peer-review systems such as Scholastica and Editorial Manager; XML tools including eXtyles, XSLT, Typefi, and Oxygen XML Editor; Adobe tools including Creative Cloud; various content-management systems integrated with Drupal and Elsevier's PURE; CrossRef and other metadata tools. She is also conversant in multiple editorial style guides, including APA, AMA, ICJME, CSE, Chicago Manual of Style, and Vancouver.
Ms. Gering joined RTI in 2008. Previously, she was Managing Editor of the Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law at Duke University Press. Her background also includes editing roles at Oxford University Press and the journals department of the University of Illinois Press. In 2017, she attended the Leadership Strategies for Book Publishing course at the Yale School of Management.