New York, NY—June 22, 2017—Editorial Freelancers Association (“EFA”) today announced that Tia Ross, founder of Tia Ross Editorial, has been elected to its Board of Governors as Member at Large.
Tia Ross is a pioneer in the literary community.
She began freelance editing in 1986 and opened her first freelance editing services firm in 1995.
She was founder and director of Black Writers Alliance, the first 501(c)(3) literary arts association to organize online (1998-2003). She also founded and directed Black Writers Reunion & Conference, the successful touring conference for writers of color (2000-2012). Additionally, she served on the Houston Council of Writers Board of Directors and Writers of Wisdom Advisory Board. Tia’s vast experience, especially in association management, conference planning and management, and building a global online organization, will be extremely valuable as EFA continues to grow and establish its conference as an industry leader.
“I have always admired Editorial Freelancers Association for its professionalism, dynamic leadership team and dedication to our craft, and I’m honored to be joining their board,” said Ross. “I know that there is a lot more I can offer to our community, and I am grateful for this opportunity to work with them.”
For more about Tia Ross, see About.
About EFA: Editorial Freelancers Association is a national not-for-profit 501(c)6 organization, headquartered in New York City and run almost entirely by volunteers. Its members, experienced in a wide range of professional skills, live and work in the United States and a variety of other countries, including Canada, England, France, India, Ireland, Israel, and Japan. For more information, visit www.the-efa.org.