New London, CT, September 25, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Bayard U.S., a division of Bayard has named Annie Galvin Teich as Vice President, Business Development for the Bayard Magazine Group.
Ms. Teich will be responsible for audience development, advertising sales, partnerships, ancillary products, and electronic media for Catholic Digest, Living with Christ, God's Word Today, Today's Parish Minister, Religion Teacher's Journal, This Sunday's Scripture and Exploring the Sunday Readings.
Ms. Teich has more than 20 years of publishing experience. She most recently ran the Teich Group, a sales and marketing consultancy for K-12 publishers specializing in web 2.0 marketing tools, as well as co-founding and serving as President/CEO of New Day Publishing, an early childhood publisher of Christian education materials for teachers and parents. Previous positions include Vice President, Pflaum Publishing Group; Vice President, C. Blohm & Associates; and publisher of Learning magazine.
"Annie brings to us a wealth of experience in magazine management, a passion for service and ministry, and a commitment to creativity, integrity, and team work," said Bret Thomas, Bayard's president and CEO. "I am confident that she will re-energize the magazine group while helping us develop new products and re-focus our sales and marketing efforts."
About Bayard U.S.
Bayard, U.S. is a division of Bayard, a Catholic global communications ministry with more than 100 periodicals in Europe, Africa, Asia, and America. The Catholic congregation of the Augustinians of the Assumption has been Bayard's unique shareholder for the past 130 years.
Bayard U.S. has three divisions: 1) Bayard Magazine Group - New London, CT. Publishes Catholic Digest, Living with Christ, God's Word Today, Today's Parish Minister, Religion Teacher's Journal, Exploring the Sunday Readings and This Sunday's Scripture; 2)Twenty-Third Publications - New London, CT, which publishes books, programs, and multimedia for pastors, parish staff and pastoral leaders and 3)Creative Communications for the Parish - St. Louis, MO, which publishes Living Faith magazine and other devotional resources as well as products that enhance liturgical worship for both Catholic and protestant parishes.