Meet The Team
Publisher and Chairman
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518301 (PA)
I have spent a lot of time in recent months working on Global Commodities and it has been exciting to see this coming to fruition. We have been working with archives as diverse as the Braga Brothers papers at the University of Florida in Gainesville (relating to the history of sugar), the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives in Manitoba (relating to the history of fur, but with a lot of material on early trading relationships with the First Nations peoples) and the Fry’s and Imperial Tobacco collections at Bristol Record Office (relating to chocolate and tobacco). It has been especially rewarding to hear our Consultant Editors confirm that the resource would have been a great help to them in their own research! Data visualisation is a strong central feature of the resource and the work of Robert C Allen at the University of Oxford and Richard Unger at the University of British Columbia has enabled us to plot the prices of numerous commodities over more than four centuries.
I am currently working on a major new project called ‘American History, 1493-1860’, with the Gilder Lehrman Institute, which is full of remarkable manuscripts ranging from handwritten letters of America’s founders to papers documenting the role of African Americans in the American Revolution. I am also researching successors to our successful Romanticism project. Having already covered the single largest collection of Wordsworth manuscripts at Dove Cottage, we plan to follow this with outstanding collections of manuscripts by John Keats, Robert Southey, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and others.
Becoming part of the SAGE Group will enable us to dream bigger dreams in the future and plan even more exciting collections. I look forward to mapping out that strategic growth with my colleagues.
When I am not visiting universities and archives, or attending conferences such as those of the Renaissance Society of America or the World History Association, I will probably be found at a concert, theatre or art gallery – or just reading. There’s always more to learn….
Publisher and Managing Director
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518324 (PA)
My focus is on business strategy and new development proposals which involve research in archives all over the world. Top priorities at the moment are projects on the First World War, African American Studies, South Africa and Colonial American History. I am also very interested in Newspapers, Cultural Studies, Global Studies and Area Studies. It is a great pleasure establishing relationships with new archives and museums, but equally important to build upon the partnerships and friendships we have already formed over the last two decades. Meeting new people and exploring a diverse range of collections is extremely rewarding and a great privilege.
Mapping, teaching applications, tutorials, audio and all types of visual technologies are also very high on my agenda.
With senior colleagues I continue to ensure that we deliver excellent resources, rich in content, with good functionality and innovative features. We have a great editorial team at Adam Matthew and I enjoy working with them as new proposals enter the production cycle. In 2012 we became an independent subsidiary within the SAGE Group. This exciting deal gives us greater financial backing to digitise more primary source collections, allowing the same passionate and dedicated team of people at Adam Matthew to continue our mission of publishing high-quality products.
I enjoy all sports, reading, painting, ornithology and walking. Cricket, rugby and golf are particular favourites.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518308 (PA)
I’ve been at Adam Matthew since 2002 and have thoroughly enjoyed helping to significantly grow the business and have been privileged to benefit from the knowledge and unique experiences gained in that time. We’re now in an important phase of Adam Matthew’s growth and I’m very excited by the new challenges and opportunities that working as part of the SAGE Group will bring.
My job is both varied and rewarding as I work on all aspects of the business (with a primary focus on Sales and Marketing) and I really enjoy the strategic nature of my role. We are continually developing, enhancing and refining our products and its very satisfying to work with the editorial team, developers and technology partners to release new content and implement new features and functionality.
We have substantially grown our product portfolio to appeal to a wide range of departments and courses and now, with the global support of SAGE, we expect many more customers to be in a position to access our resources. I’ll be travelling around the world this year to visit key customers and to ensure our larger team of sales and marketing colleagues at SAGE have thorough product knowledge, and can transmit to new customers the core values and passion that drive Adam Matthew as a business.
The additional support we now have will also enable us to continue to provide our existing customers with the levels of service that they are accustomed to receiving. Our long-standing business relationships are extremely important to us and I enjoy, and value very highly, building and maintaining these long-term associations with our customers and technical partners.
As always we’ve got some fantastic new collections available, including American Indian Histories and Cultures - our second project with the Newberry Library in Chicago - and Mass Observation Online III, which further enhances our award winning collection on 20th Century British social and cultural history.
I look forward to meeting with many of you on my travels.
Head of US Sales
Tel: +1 (312) 445-6290
I have been working with our customers in America and around the world for nearly ten years, and moved from England to the U.S. in 2011 to lead the sales team from our offices in Chicago. Adam Matthew enjoys a fantastic level of support from leading libraries and institutions of higher education in the U.S., and it is a great pleasure to see how our work is being used in these environments. With packages of incredibly diverse content, and pricing models which offer fairness and value to institutions of all sizes, I want to see our user community continue to grow, aided by the support of all the team at Adam Matthew as well as our new colleagues at SAGE Publications.
I am a big fan of the Chicago way of life so far, and also get into America’s great outdoors whenever possible. I have a passion for cycling, racing with a Chicago team and riding over mountains in the U.S. and Europe whenever I can.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518316
My role is to manage all aspects of production at Adam Matthew and
to work with the other members of the senior management team on the
planning of forthcoming publication schedules and long-term editorial
strategy, along with overseeing the day to day running of the Editorial
I am also involved with the development of new projects. This takes
me to archives and universities in the UK, USA and Europe, exploring
material for inclusion in our resources, attending conferences and
meeting with the academic community to keep up with current trends in
My academic background is in early modern religious and social
history but my role at Adam Matthew has allowed me to explore archival
collections from a huge array of time periods, from medieval family
correspondence to nineteenth century accounts of overland travel in the
American West. I have been the Editor for a variety of
resources including Slavery, Abolition and Social Justice, Perdita
Manuscripts, The American West, Confidential Print: North America,
Travel Writing, Spectacle and World History and Medieval
It is a real privilege to work with such exciting and important
archival collections and to play a part in developing and producing
innovative, imaginative resources for teaching and research.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518315
Researching and commissioning new projects is one of the key areas
of my role, and I work with archives around the world to develop and
enrich the content of our projects. I’ve developed a diverse range of
resources for Adam Matthew, including London Low Life;
Rock and Roll, Counterculture, Peace and Protest;
Victorian Popular Culture and Mass Observation
Online. I travel widely in the US and UK in pursuit of new project
ideas, and have built up great relationships with libraries, archives
and the academic community.
In addition to new project development, my focus is on listening to
our customers and finding ways to improve our products. We are
committed to producing the most innovative, creative resources
possible, and it’s a real joy to develop new functionality to help
teaching and research, such as the London Low Life interactive
mapping or our new ‘My Archive’ feature.
Along with the rest of the senior management team, I oversee the
daily running of the editorial department, long-term editorial strategy
and the planning of our future publication schedules. I work closely
with the Sales and Marketing team, and am looking forward to
contributing to the growth of our US operation, Adam Matthew Education,
over the next few years.
Martha is currently on maternity leave until the Summer 2013.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518322
I control all aspects of the Finance function at Adam Matthew
working closely with all three Directors. Over the last year I have
been re-evaluating existing systems, improving and modifying where
necessary, as well as introducing new systems to provide better KPIs
and key management information.
I enjoy kick boxing, yoga, running,
cinema and reading as well as working with the Wiltshire Wildlife
Global Sales Manager
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518317 (desk) +44 (0)7889 001 428 (mobile)
My role at Adam Matthew means that I am constantly liaising with
scholars and librarians to facilitate the acquisition of our resources
and it also gives me the brilliant job of showcasing these resources at
universities around the world.
In 2013 I will be visiting institutions
in the U.S. and Canada multiple times and also institutions in the
U.K., Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
These visits give me the wonderful
opportunity to obtain direct feedback from scholars and students
utilising our resources. This is vital, as I am then able to impart
this information to our editorial staff, which goes a long way towards
shaping the content, functionality and usability of new projects in the
early stages of development.
Creative and Communications
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518308
Although I come from a predominantly fine-art education, my
experience in e-commerce and online publishing in London has enabled me
to combine creativity with technology and organisation at Adam
Developing new functionality, new tools
and layouts for the Adam Matthew websites is one of the most exciting
parts of my role and I enjoy the ‘blue skies thinking’ creative
process. This creativity/technology combination comes into use when
producing other marketing materials, such as HTML email notifications
and both online and printed adverts. Although our printed publicity
material is currently outsourced, I have a lead role in their design,
layout, production and dissemination.
As well as maintaining our corporate
websites, I manage the licensing process of digital purchases and much
of the post-sale customer service, including the provision of usage
statistics (both counter compliant and Google Analytics) and customer
I am a ‘typical’ creative, who is always
looking for new ways to do things and a natural organiser, keen to
develop new systems whenever required. Thankfully, Adam Matthew is both
a dynamic and innovative publishing company and keeps me busy in all
aspects of my varied role.
Editorial Technical Manager
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518318
Our collections are under constant development to reflect both technical advances and customer expectations of hosting, functionality and industry standards. It is my job to ensure that Adam Matthew meet and exceed these demands. To this end, I manage our in-house development team and the integration of our technical partners. I am involved in the development of all our projects, working closely with the editors to ensure content is delivered online efficiently and effectively.
Conferences, customer feedback and regular contact with our existing and potential technical partners help me keep up to date with the latest innovations. I am also responsible for archiving our images and data, and distributing this material to federated search partners. As a senior member of the editorial team, I am involved in the overall strategy of the Editorial Department.
HR Manager and PA to Bill
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518301
As HR Manager I am responsible for staff recruitment, health &
safety and personnel issues, as well as organising events such as our
20th anniversary celebration on London’s Tower Bridge.
As Bill’s PA I get involved in an even wider range of activities
including visiting archives to help with the inspection of material and
attending conferences. One particular archive that I have enjoyed
working with recently is Robert Opie’s Museum of Brands, Packaging and
Advertising in Notting Hill. It is an amazing collection of ephemeral
material ranging from chocolate boxes to pairs of shoes, and from
posters to everyday items used in the home. The Museum shows how these
changed over time from the Victorian era to the present. In addition,
Robert is such a genial and knowledgeable collector and guide.
I also enjoy travel, whether it’s across the UK in a VW camper or
PA to David Tyler
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518324
Originally from Wales I joined Adam Matthew in January 2007 as PA to
David Tyler. As well as assisting David in the office I have been lucky
enough to travel to various locations and help David with the research
of projects through different archives, the most memorable to date
being a trip to Ypres in Belgium, to research material for our
First World War project.
I have had a varied career whilst moving
around the UK and Europe with my husband's job (Cyprus, Sardinia, and
Shetland to name a few) as well as bringing up my only son. In my spare
time I enjoy meeting up with our friends and family, reading or
chilling out with my husband and my cat.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518320
Working in the Finance Department one of my primary roles is to
process our customers’ orders and issue invoices. This follows through
to managing the sales ledger in our accounts system, updating sales
reports and processing payments. I also have the responsibility to
collate sales information to calculate and pay royalties to the
archives whose material is used in our microfilm and digital projects.
I enjoy being a part of the Adam Matthew team and to be dealing with such erudite products and
At home I enjoy gardening, reading,
cryptic crosswords and am an avid England cricket follower.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518323
As Marketing Communications Co-ordinator I have an extremely varied role within the Sales and Marketing Department. One of my principal responsibilities is organising our participation in Conferences. We exhibit, sponsor, advertise, and attend many events throughout the year, and it is my responsibly to ensure that every aspect of our involvement is taken care of.
Aside from conferences, daily tasks may involve setting up trial access for new and potential customers, the administration and receipt of licence agreements, and liaising with our Exclusive Agents. I also respond to customer emails, such as those relating to MARC records or requests for usage statistics.
An important part of my role involves offering support to the Sales and Marketing Team, most noticeably by creating sales campaigns and processing orders, to managing publicity requirements and setting up appointments for overseas visits.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518321
Since joining Adam Matthew in 2010, I have worked on a number of engaging projects including Global Commodities: Trade, Exploration and Cultural Exchange; Popular Culture in Britain and America, 1950-1975; and Victorian Popular Culture. As a project editor, I am involved in every aspect of a project’s production from managing the editorial team to making decisions about how the resource should look and function. I enjoy working closely with a wide range of fascinating archival collections, which have included striking advertising ephemera, beautiful artworks and unique film footage. As the project editor for China, America and the Pacific, I have been fortunate enough to travel to archives in Canada and Hawaii. My role also provides the creativity to develop innovative additional features for our resources such as the Global Commodities Data Visualisation tool and 360 Degree Object Gallery, which offer exciting new approaches to research through a digital medium.
Alongside my role as project editor, I enjoy managing our editorial blog The Editor’s Choice through which the editorial team shares thoughts and opinions on everything from the incredible archival material with which we work to the revolution in e-book readers.
It is a privilege to work in such a vibrant field while playing a part in producing imaginative and engaging digital resources for the arts and humanities.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518319
My role as Project Editor for Adam Matthew is incredibly diverse and
interesting. With responsibilities that include assessing and selecting
archival material, attending conferences, meeting with archivists and
librarians, quality checking images, indexing documents and managing
the design and build of my projects; every working day is
The best part of my job is that it
allows me to explore different areas of history as I work and talk to
archivists and academics passionate about their specialist subjects. I
am currently working on our Slavery, Abolition and Social Justice
project and one of our exciting new projects: The First World War:
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518313
With a varied editorial background, from writing and editing children’s books to working with English Language Teaching material, I am excited to have moved into the world of digital publishing. Working for Adam Matthew provides the opportunity for me to combine my passion for the arts and humanities with research and creativity. My academic background is in American history and literature, and I am looking forward to exploring a wealth of intriguing topics from a vast array of archival collections, both nationally and internationally.
Since joining the company in October 2012, I have contributed to the final stages of our fascinating Global Commodities and Victorian Popular Culture resources.
I am currently the Editor on our forthcoming First World War: Propaganda and Recruitment resource, a rich and enthralling collection of all types of propaganda, as well as material on recruitment, training, morale, and more.
Other responsibilities include aiding in the development of our next instalment to the First World War portal, predominantly based on the stimulating visual resources from the Imperial War Museum.
It is extremely rewarding to be working with such prominent collections.
With so many exciting and varied elements to my role, I look forward to further project development work and forming strong relationships with members of the academic community.
editorial communications lead
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518325
I joined Adam Matthew in July 2011 having previously worked in Advertising & Marketing. My role enables me to contribute to all aspects of the project lifecycle, from collating customer feedback to editorial production.
I was fortunate enough to work on the re-launch of one of our most successful resources, Empire Online. It was inspiring to express the multitude of topics within Empire studies through the development of engaging interactive tools such as feature maps and galleries.
Alongside Empire Online, I have also supported editorial production of other projects including Popular Culture in Britain and America, 1950-1975 and 18th Century Journals.
I’ve enjoyed the opportunity to travel to libraries and archives both domestically and internationally when assessing material for upcoming projects.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518307
Since joining the team here at Adam Matthew in July 2011, I have worked on a variety of projects, including Popular Culture in Britain and America, 1950-1975; Global Commodities: Trade, Exploration and Cultural Exchange and part four of our already successful Victorian Popular Culture series, Moving Pictures, Optical Entertainments and the Advent of Cinema. Each of these projects has challenged me in a different way and it has been so exciting to be part of the process from start to finish. Along with the rest of the editorial team, I also write a blog entry for our Editor’s Choice: Object of the Week which gives me the opportunity to showcase my own personal highlights from our collections.
I am currently working on several exciting new projects which are increasingly diverse in content: from American Indian history to American consumer culture and business, I am also in the process of managing the additional material to be added to Popular Culture in Britain and America.
After completing my BA at Swansea University in English Literature and American Studies I went on to specialise in eighteenth century literature written by women for an MA in English Literature: Gender and Culture. I am, therefore, thrilled to be working for an academic publisher whose passion and potential for further research into similar areas seems limitless.
I look forward to contributing to an already reputable and expanding company and I am excited about the possibilities that await me in my future at Adam Matthew.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518306
I joined Adam Matthew in July 2011 and have since then been involved in a variety of projects, principally Romanticism: Life, Literature and Landscape; China: Culture and Society and Global Commodities: Trade, Exploration and Cultural Exchange.
My roles have included everything from image checking and indexing to researching secondary content and managing the import of site data.
I particularly value the opportunity my role affords to keep up-to-date with developments in humanities research; over the past year I attended several conferences, including a Digital Humanities conference in Hamburg and the Global Commodities conference at the University of Warwick, where I also presented a paper on Adam Matthew’s Global Commodities resource.
I also love engaging with primary sources first-hand, and have visited archives in the UK, USA and Germany to assess material, in the latter case to source content for the forthcoming resource First World War: Propaganda and Recruitment.
Currently I am developing a new project idea, and am the project lead for Mass Observation Online III, the latest update to our popular British social history resource..
Prior to Adam Matthew I worked in book publishing, taught English in China, and studied History and German at university. Having moved from print to digital publishing I am excited to be playing a role in the development of the digital humanities as its influence on learning, teaching and research continues to grow.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518305
I joined Adam Matthew in 2006 after
several years in public and university libraries, bringing academic
baggage in the form of a Masters in Literature, with a particular
specialisation in the rise of the novel. With this background,
exploring original document collections in the hallowed depths of
archives was the ultimate perk, job satisfaction guaranteed! As an
Editor I worked on China: Trade, Politics and Culture
1793-1980 and Victorian Popular Culture, and also
explored and assessed archival material for China: Culture and
Society and Travel Writing, Spectacle and World
Since the birth of my two boys in 2008
and 2010, and the wonders of part-time working, I have become the go-to
woman for digital image checking and indexing. I have had the good
fortune to work with material from Mass Observation Online;
The First World War: Personal Experiences; Rock and Roll,
Counterculture, Peace and Protest and Global Commodities.
This varied but enthralling spectrum of documents is just as wonderful
in digital guise as in their original form, and the next best thing to
rummaging around in the archive in person. It’s impossible not to be
drawn to the stories within such fascinating material, and a strong
will and steely resolve is essential to resist reading every word. I
don’t often succeed – some things are just too good to pass by.
In my rare and precious moments of free
time, you’ll find me with a book in my hand a tin of biscuits within
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518319
I joined Adam Matthew in October 2012, swapping the world of advertising for a sought after editorial role in publishing. Since my arrival I have taken great pleasure in working on a number of outstanding projects.
I joined just before the release of the fourth section of Victorian Popular Culture: 'Moving Pictures, Optical Entertainments and the Advent of Cinema'.
I was fortunate enough to work on this project in its final stages, and see the resource come to life. A personal highlight so far has been working with the additional material for the resource, 'Popular Culture in Britain and America, 1950-1975'.
I have spent time indexing video footage and selecting images to add to the thematic galleries. Indexing video footage of Elvis, The Rolling Stones and The Beatles was a delightful task and a chance to indulge my interest in such cultural icons.
Prior to joining Adam Matthew I worked at National Geographic magazine in London, worked and studied in New York and read Law at Sheffield University. I am thrilled to be working in a creative editorial team where studying and researching fascinating material is at the forefront of the working day.
Outside of the office I can often be found on a train heading into London, to explore the museums, markets and eateries. For a healthy start to 2013 I have joined the Marlborough Running Club… just to keep all those eatery visits in check.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518310
I joined Adam Matthew in September 2008. Since then I have worked on a wide variety of digital resources and with an equally wide variety of archival material: I’ve read nineteenth-century pulp fiction to index it for American West, visited archives in France to research written material and artefacts for First World War, deciphered the handwriting of diarists in austerity Britain for Mass Observation, and dealt with US court reports, plantation records and correspondence from the Haitian Revolution (among much else) for Slavery, Abolition and Social Justice.
In 2010 I edited my first resource, Confidential Print: Middle East, and since then have spent much of my time working with material from The National Archives, Kew for our Archives Direct suite of political and diplomatic papers. These have spanned the globe: so far I have edited Archives Direct resources on Africa, India and Latin America; early in 2013 we will publish the first part of a three-section resource on twentieth-century China, and more collections are in the pipeline.
In my spare time I read, write, attend pub quizzes in Kew when I visit the archives there, which is often, drink odd Belgian beers and go to the gym too seldom to make it fully worthwhile.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518309
I joined Adam Matthew in October 2012 just in time to be part of the team behind Global Commodities: Trade, Exploration and Cultural Exchange. It was a great experience working on the project in its final stages, uploading content such as contextualising essays, testing the site and generally exploring this vast and impressive resource. Since then my main focus has been American Indian Histories and Culture, a fascinating project for which I have been checking images and preparing indexing material. I have particularly enjoyed looking at the beautiful examples of Native American art and portraits, and generally learning more about this period of American history.
I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to indulge my passions at work (whether that’s getting overzealous about silent films or reading Wordsworth’s letters) as well as discovering new ones through the diverse range of material that comes through our doors. With an academic background in literature – particularly OuLiPo and experimental fiction – my previous roles were in magazine publishing and the move into digital is a welcome and exciting one. I am looking forward to becoming more acquainted with the broader digital humanities’ community and exploring the immeasurable potential of this field.
PART TIME PUBLISHING ASSOCIATE
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518302
After spending several years working in Spain and then for a publisher in Reading, England, I joined Adam Matthew in 1995 and was involved in all aspects of our microfilm business, combining a role in in sales and editorial.
In the last few years I have enjoyed helping with a wide variety of our digital collections such as Mass Observation Online, Global Commodities and Rock and Roll,
Counterculture, Peace and Protest.
I love history and our collections offer me the opportunity to delve into historical periods as diverse as nineteenth century China and the 1960s pop world.
Occasionally I also get the chance to use my language skills in French and Spanish but surprisingly my knowledge of Turkish does not seem to be required very often!
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518303
Since my arrival here in March 2012, I have worked alongside a
notably passionate and enthusiastic team on a variety of exciting
projects. The majority of my time so far has involved working on the
publication of Global Commodities, Trade, Exploration and Cultural
Exchange. I have been indexing, gathering data for our image
galleries, proofreading, writing entries for the ‘chronology’ section
and contributing to the overall editorial content of the resource. As I
like to say, “Every day is a school day”, and that is particularly true
here. Recently, I have been exploring the many narratives involved with
producing and introducing a whole range of commodities to a seemingly
insatiable population; from coffee and cotton, tea and timber to oil
and opium, they all have a story to tell. In the near future I will be
working with materials for Eighteenth Century Journals V,
before assisting with the new module for The First World War:
After a number of years in the Navy, followed by a degree in English
Literature with Creative Writing, I worked at The London Library before
finding my feet in publishing. My role has enabled me to exercise my
passion for creativity and ambition to be a part of something I feel to
be of huge value to the academic community.
In my spare time I love to be outdoors playing cricket.
Tel: +1 (312) 445-6289
My role at Adam Matthew is to promote our resources to libraries, colleges and universities. I support our customers across the U.S., frequently meeting with librarians and professors and attending conferences.
I graduated from Xavier University with a B.A. in History- an experience which helped me understand the growing need and importance of digital research resources for students of the humanities. It is great pleasure showing potential customers our collections for academic research and teaching. Reaching out to a new customer base has been extremely positive and I look forward to meeting many more librarians and academics throughout the U.S.
I live in the city of Chicago and dedicate a lot of my free time practicing music, playing a range of different string and wind instruments.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518327
As a developer, it is my job to know the technology that underpins our collections inside-out. Fortunately, I previously worked for one of our main providers, True Clarity - so I have had a few years' head-start!
I work closely with the rest of the Technical team to improve our existing collections, and develop new and exciting functionality for upcoming ones.
When not sitting in front of a computer, I like to go rock-climbing or fell-running, or anything else that involves a mountain or two.
Graduate Software Developer
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518328
I joined Adam Matthew's new technical team in October 2012 and have since been involved in the software maintenance of all of our collections.
As the business expands it is important to build a strong, in-house development team in which issues can be solved quickly and efficiently for the benefit of our customers and users. My roles include working on full lifecycle developments and deploys of new systems, liaising and maintaining strong links with our technical partners, working with the editorial team in the on-going planning of future projects and researching the technologies that can help us provide improvements to the content delivery of our fascinating resources.
Since joining the company I have been working on the implementation of Foreign Office Files For China 1919-1929 and Mass Observation IV as well as work on making our collections compatible with mobile devices.
I have an eclectic academic background in Computer Science and Politics and in my spare time I enjoy skiing in the winter, cricket in the summer and programming on a rainy day.
Sales and Marketing
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518326
My main responsibility at Adam Matthew is to help manage our
customer CRM database. The database is used in a variety of ways, and
so keeping it up to date is an important task. I also get involved with
providing online trial access and supporting the sales and marketing
team with a variety of administrative tasks when required.
I have enjoyed getting to grips with the wide range of resources and
learning about the company as a whole since starting in early 2012. I
look forward to becoming more involved with email campaigns and other
marketing campaigns, and to seeing new Adam Matthew resources as they
are published in the near future.
Sales and Marketing Support
Tel: +1 (312) 445-6289
I have been with Adam Matthew since 2011, working with the sales and marketing team in downtown Chicago. I enjoy working with various tasks that include administering and managing the customer database, responding to customer enquiries, and supporting online resource access for American libraries. I also support Ben Cartwright’s work and help coordinate his meetings and library visits. I have a degree in Marketing from Tennessee State University and am currently studying for an MBA in Management. Outside of work I enjoy coaching youth cheerleading and travelling.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 518300
I joined Adam Matthew in March 2011 initially on a six-month
contract to help in the Finance Department, since September 2011 I have
become a permanent fixture. I am predominately responsible for the
Purchase Ledger, Cash Book & Nominal Ledgers and also help out with
other aspects of the Finance Department, when required.
I am an original ‘Kentish Maid’ being born and raised in the Garden
of England, but since meeting my husband in 2004 moved to Wiltshire in
November 2010 via Surrey and West Sussex.
I enjoy Zumba, watching Bath Rugby and socialising with
friends and family on a regular basis.
Tel: +44 (0)1672 511921
I joined Adam Matthew in January 2011. As Office Coordinator I am
responsible for the operation of the ‘behind the scenes’ aspects of the
office - a very varied role which keeps me busy. In one day I can be
negotiating phone or utility contracts, liaising with contractors and
I’ve even been known to sort the recycling. My background is in Flight
Operations and I am lucky to have been able to travel to many places
around the world. These days I’m more of a home bird and love spending
time with the love of my life – my Westie, Lulu!