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Staff

Sue Berger Ramin
Sue Berger Ramin
Director, Brandeis University Press
781-736-3870 Goldfarb 69-235
Sue Berger Ramin has worked in book publishing ever since she left university in the UK.  Running the Film & TV Department at Penguin Books led her to open an office for Penguin in Los Angeles, where she spent sunny years publishing books, and co-producing two movies.  She moved to Boston where she became Associate Publisher at independent David Godine, Publisher (publisher of two Nobel Prize-winners for Literature) before joining Brandeis University Press in 2019.  She is excited to be at BUP at a time of expansion for the press, and looks forward to new initiatives, new subjects and, of course, many new books.
Sylvia Fuks Fried
Sylvia Fuks Fried
Editorial Director, Brandeis University Press
Executive Director, Tauber Institute for the Study of European Jewry; Associate Director, Sarnat Center for the Study of Anti-Jewishness
781-736-2127 Lown 305
Sylvia Fuks Fried has played a role at Brandeis University Press since the mid-1980s. She now serves as editorial director with a special interest in Jewish Studies. She is also executive director of the Tauber Institute at Brandeis and serves as associate editor of the Tauber Institute Series and the Brandeis Library of Modern Jewish Thought.
Lillian Dunaj
Lillian Dunaj
Coordinator, Brandeis University Press
781-736-4547 Goldfarb Mezzanine
Lillian Dunaj has previously worked at the University Press of Florida and Ploughshares where she gained experience working on both academic and literary works. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in Writing, Literature, and Publishing at Emerson College. She is happy to be at Brandeis, working to promote the press's mission of publishing and disseminating works of intellectual and cultural significance and enduring value.
Beth Fong
Senior Budget and HR Administrator
781-736-4030 Goldfarb Mezzanine
Beth Fong manages the press's accounting, finance and royalty functions. She has over twenty years of experience in management accounting, and holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Boston University and master's degree in Accounting from Suffolk University.