NEW YORK, March 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Jen DiMascio has joined Aviation Week's editorial team in Washington, D.C., as its new congressional editor. She will cover a broad range of defense and commercial aviation policy issues for print and digital media across Aviation Week's portfolio, including Aviation Week & Space Technology, AviationWeek.com, and the Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN). Prior to Aviation Week, DiMascio was a staff writer at Politico. She has also held positions at Defense Daily and Inside the Army.
"I am excited to welcome Jen DiMascio to the Aviation Week team in D.C. and am looking forward to the contributions she will make to expand the depth and breadth of our coverage of Capitol Hill," said Tony Velocci, editorial director, Aviation Week. "Aviation Week is committed to covering all facets of the aviation, aerospace, and defense industries, and budget and policy issues play an essential role."
Aviation Week has also added two new account managers for the defense and space sectors in sales: Sean Fitzgerald and Joan Daly. Previously, Fitzgerald was at I.H.S. Jane's Information Group, and Daly represented Gannett Government Media's C4ISR Journal, Training and Simulation Journal, and Armed Forces Journal.
"Sean and Joan have a vast knowledge of both the defense and publishing industries," said Mark Flinn, publisher, Aviation Week. "They will be strong assets for our customers in helping them achieve their business and communication goals."
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