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Rainbow Educational Concepts Appoints Executive Vice President

Rainbow Educational Concepts, a full-service product development group with more than 25 years of education experience, named Christina Rodriguez as the company's new executive vice president. Rodriguez will work closely with Rainbow’s partner-clients on all aspects of the publishing process including market research, prototype development, focus groups and content development. Rodriguez leads the company’s internal and freelance staff to deliver quality content based on sound pedagogy. For nearly 15 years, she has contributed to the development of highly engaging, industry-leading materials.
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CHICAGO (Jan. 28, 2013)—Rainbow Educational Concepts, a full-service product development group with more than 25 years of education experience, named Christina Rodriguez as the company's new executive vice president. Rodriguez will work closely with Rainbow’s partner-clients on all aspects of the publishing process including market research, prototype development, focus groups and content development.

“Christina has been with Rainbow Educational Concepts since 2005, and has repeatedly displayed her commitment to providing the best service for our clients,” said Judith Coffey, founder and CEO of Rainbow Educational Concepts. “As our executive vice president she will continue to grow these relationships that produce Common Core-aligned instructional materials for students and teachers.”

Rodriguez leads the company’s internal and freelance staff to deliver quality content based on sound pedagogy. For nearly 15 years, she has contributed to the development of highly engaging, industry-leading materials.

“As executive vice president, I look forward to taking on a larger role to produce learning products of high quality for educators and students,” said Christina Rodriguez, executive vice president for Rainbow Educational Concepts. “I will be working to build our company, and relationships with our partners and the educators we serve daily.”

Prior to joining Rainbow, Christina taught first grade, Reading Recovery, and worked as a freelance writer. Christina holds a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Texas A&M University, Reading Recovery Certification, and a master’s degree in education from the University of Connecticut.

About Rainbow Educational Concepts
Established in 1985, Rainbow Educational Concepts is a full-service development group specializing in management, consulting and creative services, and the development of print and digital learning products. Its clients and partners include textbook, trade and magazine publishers, as well as producers of toys, games and other educational products. The company handles traditional and digital publishing needs, from product conceptualization and prototyping through development, design, production and marketing. Rainbow has the infrastructure, management, experience and resources necessary to provide the highest quality services and products in the publishing industry. http://rainbowcreative.com/

Media Contacts
• Brian Smith, Rainbow Educational Concepts, 773-935-5788, brian@rainbowcreative.com
• Chris Swietlik, C. Blohm & Associates, 608-216-7300 x23, chris@cblohm.com

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