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The nominations were judged by the National Underwriter Life & Health editorial advisory committee and featured in the July 2012 issue of National Underwriter Life & Health -- in print and online.
The channel is supported by an Editorial Advisory Committee -- a first for the region -- to ensure Sky News Arabia delivers balanced, accurate and consistent news.
One of the other things we've done in the organization which doesn't exist in other organizations is [establish] an editorial advisory committee .
And notwithstanding, he served as editor of The Bookmark from 1976-86 (in the fall of 1986 he relinquished the editorship to serve co-editor for five years), was contributing editor of AfroAmericans in New York Life and History, emeritus distinguished professor of Library Science at Amen-Ra Theological Seminary (Los Angeles, California), and served on the editorial advisory committee of Multicultural Review magazine.
Following that Helen took responsibility as editor (from Issue 10) with the help of an Editorial Advisory Committee.
The Nation's Health Editorial Advisory Committee, which helped develop Healthy You, has been working this year to help spread the word about the resource, reaching out to health professionals and community groups and soliciting their feedback.
The Editorial Advisory Committee Ecos is evolving to bring readers a cross-section of sustainability topics from the region.
The Society is grateful to the Editorial Advisory Committee of the Australian Journal of Soil Research for agreeing to publish this Special Issue of recent research by Society members.