Bill KnottSenior Editor
editor and publisher
Executive editor of the Adventist Review and Adventist World since January, 2007. Before his appointment, Bill served as an associate editor for nine years.
Lael Caesarassociate editor
Whenever Lael Caesar summarizes his life he tells you three things: “my father is my hero; my family is my pride; and the service of God is my joy.”
Costin Jordachedirector of communication
Director of Communication
Costin Jordache serves as director of communication for Adventist Review Ministries and news editor for Adventist Review/Adventist World magazines.
Sandra Blackmerassistant editor
Sandra joined the Adventist Review staff in May 2004 as news editor. In May 2007 she assumed assistant editor responsibilities that include coordinating one monthly edition.
Merle Poirieroperations manager
Merle was born and raised in Washington, D.C. area. She has worked in various capacities at the General Conference. Beginning in the Health Ministries Department.
Marvene Thorpe-Baptisteeditorial assistant
Marvene joined the Adventist Review team in September 2007. After obtaining a degree in elementary education from the University of the Southern Caribbean.
Judy Thomsencorrespondence editor
Judy joined the staff at the end of 2007 for specials projects and as correspondence editor. She also works with the many prayer requests that come every day. She is from Washington State.
Gerald KlingbeilAssociate editor
Gerald was born and raised in Germany. He brings with him 15 years of teaching and ministry experience in South Africa, Peru, Argentina, and the Philippines.
André Brinkassociate editor
Andre Brink says that his destiny was determined by his two grandfathers – one was an entrepreneurial professional photographer and the other an avid evangelist.
Stephen Chavezassistant editor
Chavez joined the Adventist Review staff in 1994, after serving nearly 20 years in pastoral ministry in California and Nevada. Steve and his wife, Linda, have two grown children.
Wilona Karimabadiassistant editor and Kidsview marketing director
assistant editor and Kidsview marketing director
In January 2007, Wilona joined the Adventist Review and Adventist World staff full time as marketing and editorial director for KidsView, the Review‘s magazine for children.
Kimberly Brownassistant editor and Kidsview marketing director
administrative and financial manager
Kim joined the Adventist Review Ministries staff in June 2015. She assists the editor/executive publisher with management direction, relationship with publishing partners, and financial administration.
Sharon Tennysonassistant to the marketing director
assistant to the marketing director
Sharon Tennyson joined the Adventist Review and Adventist World staff in December 2011. Prior to that, she and her family were missionaries in Thailand for five years.
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