Media Content Firm Promotes Civil Servant to New Executive Position | Business Observer
NAPLES – NewsBank, a media content, information and archival company, recently promoted Sarah Landman to executive vice president of its philanthropy services division.
Landman, according to a statement, will lead the growth of the division’s latest product, Insightful, in the philanthropy market. Insightful, according to the Neapolitan company, “is donor-centric technology that provides nonprofits with news that donors and prospects want nonprofits to know to improve philanthropic engagement.”
Landman has been a senior vice president of the division since March 2019. “This promotion gives Sarah greater influence for the next phase of our team’s development and expansion of our market share,” said Maggie Jones, president of services. NewsBank Philanthropy, in the press release. . “I am more than convinced that we will see great things come from Sarah and for Insightful.”
In addition to her role at NewsBank, Landman is an administrator at Saint Mary’s University in Minnesota and a member of the Catholic Charities Board of Trustees for the Diocese of Venice.
NewsBank’s niche is to be a provider of information to public libraries, colleges and universities, schools, military and government libraries, and professionals worldwide.