Over the past two years, Amy W. Richardson has served as managing editor of Flow Control magazine, FlowControlNetwork.com, and our companion e-media and social media offerings. During Amy’s time with us, we’ve accomplished more than I could have hoped, and the quality of Flow Control’s content has never been better. So when Amy told me last month that she had accepted a new job, I was, admittedly, a little bummed. But the opportunity Amy is moving on to is an excellent one that I’m sure she will thrive in. Amy will serve as the associate editor for two consumer magazines, Hobby Farms and Hobby Farm Home, both of which align with her passion for lifestyle issues and the outdoors. Amy’s contributions to Flow Control are significant, and she will certainly be missed. Here I highlight a few of Amy’s accomplishments:
With Amy’s support, we’ve been able to launch a series of targeted “Update” e-newsletters, which have not only brought added quality content to our readers, but also opened up new and promising revenue opportunities. Without Amy’s diligent and organized approach, we would have never been able to produce enough relevant content to carry the weight of our expanded e-newsletter program.
I could go on, but you get the picture. We were lucky to have Amy, and we can only hope our next managing editor can adequately fill her shoes.
Amy, I wish you all the best and nothing but success personally and professionally. We’ll be sure to keep in touch!
— Matt Migliore
Executive Director of Content