Press release: ITCQF Board welcomes new members in Israel

The International Technical Communication Qualifications Foundation (ITCQF®) has announced that Laura Novich and Frank Ephraim (FE) King have joined ITCQF Board to represent the organization in Israel.

Dawid Górny, President at ITCQF: “I am happy to welcome Laura and FE to our organization. At ITCQF, we are impressed with the drive and energy displayed by our new members in Israel to work together towards the standardization of technical communication and the related disciplines. I am certain that by adding their professional experience and invaluable knowledge of local communities to our certification expertise we are able to build a very strong presence on the techcomm market in Israel.”

About Laura Novich: Laura Novich is an experienced documentarian, with more than 18 years in technical communication and 10 years in education and training.She has worked as a technical writer at Red Hat and 3Com and is currently the Documentation Manager for ScyllaDB, a NoSQL database company. When Laura is not working, she is an instructor at Our Best Words, teaching students about open source, software documentation, and API docs.In addition, she is an events coordinator / conference speaker at Write the Docs and a frequent speaker at MEGACOMM Israel. Her passion for collaboration has won her the Red Hat EXCeed award as well as the 3Com 3Award for her outstanding work in project management.  Laura holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Teaching English as a Second Language (TESOL).

About Frank Ephraim King: Frank Ephraim King (also known as FE or Effie) has been a major player in the information development field since 1996. He served as team leader and project manager for documentation projects in many different fields including semiconductors, communications, information technology, military and civil aviation, medical technologies, virtualization, and cloud computing. Ephraim has taught extensively in the hi-tech community, and has several years’ experience training new technical writers.

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