IPEd

Distinguished Editors (DEs) were nominated by their societies to prepare for and assess the first two accreditation exams in 2008 and 2009.

Distinguished Editors

Distinguished Editors (DEs) were nominated by their societies to prepare for and assess the first two accreditation exams in 2008 and 2009. The term ‘distinguished’ was chosen to indicate that their peers considered that DEs exceeded the level of competence that is tested by the exam and were, therefore, qualified to assess exam candidates. Unlike Accredited Editors (AEs), DEs are not required to maintain professional development and practice, and there will be no new DEs: the postnominal will be retired as DEs leave the profession. Many DEs are also IPEd Honorary Life Members (HLMs).

In the list of DEs below, links to their websites or entries in freelance registers and editorial services directories are included. Not all have such links as many work in-house, in the government, educational, publishing or corporate sectors.

Distinguished Editors

Australian Capital Territory

Australian Capital Territory

New South Wales

New South Wales

Heather Cam, Heather Jamieson, Sybil Kesteven, Pam Peters HLM, Meryl Potter, Colette Vella

Queensland

Queensland

Susan Addison (deceased), Paul Bennett (deceased), Rosanne Fitzgibbon (deceased), Judy Heinemann, Jill Morris, Ruth Ridgway, Jan Whelan HLM

South Australia

South Australia

Karen Disney HLM, Celia Jellett HLM, Susan Rintoul HLM, Kathie Stove HLM

Tasmania

Tasmania

Janice Bird

Victoria

Victoria

Elizabeth Flann HLM, Beryl Hill HLM, Susan Keogh HLM, Janet Mackenzie (deceased), Renée Otmar HLM

South Australia

Western Australia

Janet Blagg, Anne Surma