• Xiaoying Chu

    Director of Global Collaboration and Partner Publishing, Asia
  • Roger Gonçalves

    Associate Sales Director
  • Chris Hoag

    Midwest, Mid-Atlantic and Southeast Sales Manager
  • Sarah LeLarge

    Europe Sales Manager
  • Jackie Oberst

    Associate Editor, Custom Publishing
  • Stephanie O'Connor

    Northeast Senior Sales Manager
  • Erika Berg, Ph.D.

    Director & Senior Editor, Custom Publishing

Xiaoying Chu

Xiaoying joined Science in 2016. Based in Beijing, Xiaoying oversees strategic partnership and business development for Science/AAAS in Asia. She helped launch the Science Partner Journals (SPJ) Program and develop partner titles. Xiaoying grew up and completed her undergraduate studies in Jinan, Shandong Province of China. After working as a book editor for a few years, she studied in the UK and received her MA in Publishing. Before joining Science/AAAS, she was the Vice General Manager of Charlesworth China.

Roger Gonçalves

Roger joined Science in November 2008. He previously held positions at Informa and Nature Publishing Group where he helped launch the journal Nature Methods in New York. In addition to advertising sales and consulting, in 2016 Roger also took on responsibility for the Science prize programs and scientific meetings for the group. With almost 20 years of experience in STM publishing, Roger has a profound passion for scientific publishing and developing novel advertising solutions for clients to connect with readers. Roger is based in Switzerland and lives by the principles of the three F’s: family, fun and food.

Chris Hoag

After many years as a copywriter, media analyst and graphic pundit completely focused on supporting scientific marketers, I’ve come aboard Science/AAAS to help leverage new technologies and practices in communication.

Telecommunication and software have changed the way we communicate and interact. My entire career has been devoted to studying communication and media, beginning at a traditional ad agency and progressing to the leading edge of information design.

I’ve been fortunate to work with the leading players in life science manufacturing, media and distribution, and to have experienced significant changes in the market as they have occurred. I’m looking forward to bringing a consultative and widely accomplished perspective to today’s marketers.

Sarah LeLarge

Sarah comes from France and has acquired 25 years of experience in the UK in Publishing Advertising Sales for international newspapers, including the International Herald Tribune and multiple B2B and trade publications selling both display and classified advertising on European and International markets. After joining Science in 2013 as part of the advertising recruitment team, Sarah now handles Product Advertising Sales for Science‘s EMEA and Indian clients and is also involved in developing the Science Careers brand with our partner John Wiley & Sons.

Sarah lives in the heart of the beautiful English countryside enjoying her passion for the great outdoors and literature in her free time.

Jackie Oberst

Jackie did her undergraduate training at the University of Maryland, College Park, and received her Ph.D. in Tumor Biology at Georgetown University. Following this science training, she combined her interests of science and writing by receiving an M.A. in Journalism from the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park. Jackie joined Science/AAAS in 2016 following stints at Nature magazine, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, The Endocrine Society, and the National Institutes of Mental Health. In addition to having copyediting, publishing, managing editor, project management and public relations experience, she is also well-versed in social media and events planning and coordination. Ask Jackie about anything from lab-grown meat to operatic frogs to obesity vaccines!

Stephanie O'Connor

Stephanie brings almost 20 years of sales experience, a decade of which has been dedicated specifically to media sales within the life science and clinical diagnostics, and has acquired a vast array of experience with providing effective custom marketing solutions.

With a proven track record for facilitating long term business relationships with clients, she enjoys partnering with them to find unique ways to help reach their marketing goals. Her positive, supportive approach and genuine interest in helping clients drive revenue and awareness enhance our ability to meet the needs of our customers through quality, innovative marketing solutions for the marketplace.

Originally from Charleston, SC, and now living in New England for 2 decades, Stephanie calls on her Southern charm and Yankee know-how to bestow quality service. In a former life, Stephanie was a sous chef and is inspired by her heritage when whipping up delightful dinners for her family and friends.

Erika Berg, Ph.D.

Dr. Berg received her Ph.D. in Biophysics from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. She was awarded a AAAS mass media fellowship and spent that time working at the science desk of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Over the next decade, Dr. Berg spent time as a freelance journalist while also working at the American Diabetes Association, first as a science writer for a healthy living magazine and then as a medical editor for their flagship clinical practice recommendations. Most recently, Dr. Berg headed up the custom content studio C&EN BrandLab at the American Chemical Society. Over four years, she used her background in journalism and science to create print and digital products that both helped clients meet their goals and maximized engagement with the magazine’s audience of scientists. Dr. Berg is excited to bring her experience to Science and to work with one of the best brands in the business.

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