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Director of Latin American & Bilingual Initiatives

April 2, 2014

Director of Latin American Initiative

Hola amigos, Community Publishing is dedicated to providing the community with multimedia eBooks that are in both English and Spanish. Bilingual learning tools are of the utmost importance and especially critical due to the changing demographic of the U.S. Therefore we are ecstatic to announce that Sebastian Pais (Sebastian Pais Iriart) has been appointed our Director of Latin American & Bilingual Initiatives.

Sebastian will be charged with engaging the Latin American audience and creating permanent ties with the creative community and the community at-large in Latin America.

Additionally, Sebastian will continue with his work as our primary Spanish language translator while promoting initiatives that will direct our creative productions to suit the bilingual and Spanish speaking audience in the United States.

To contact Sebastian please click here
#JoinOurCommunity at http://communitypublishing.org/


At Community Publishing our passion is to bring artists of all media together in collaborative projects for ePublishing. Our objective is to provide artists with a global platform, promote artists within their community and build relationships among artists while supporting local talent. We are committed to promoting literacy and the arts through our multimedia eBook projects! All of our multimedia eBooks are in English and Spanish and contain educational components.
http://sebastianpais.wordpress.com/about/

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