Last month, we were thrilled to welcome a new staff member to Fluid Power World — Rachael Pasini. As senior editor, she will be writing and editing much of the content you will read each day on our websites and in our monthly print issues. Rachael will be managing several print departments, particularly our Design Notes section, fundamentals, and more.
Rachael will also be writing and editing at least one of our technical features in each print issue. You can read her first byline now, as she delves into how hydraulic hybrid technology from Parker Hannifin is helping to reduce emissions and enable efficiency in waste management vehicles.
Additionally, as our editorial team refocuses our Fluid Power Technology Conference, look to see her more involved, moderating discussions and panels at the event next year.
Rachael will also be taking the lead as we work to develop more unique content for our audience. There, you’ll see more submitted technical articles from experts in the industry as we work to educate you, our readers, on the technologies you use every day in your system and machine designs.
Rachael is well-qualified as a technical writer and is eager to learn more about fluid power technologies. Here’s a look at some highlights of her technical career:
- Master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering and bachelor’s degree in industrial and systems engineering from The Ohio State University
- Over 15 years of experience as a technical writer in engineering and information technology
- Taught college math and physics
We are delighted to welcome Rachael to our team. Her expertise will ensure we continue to fulfill our mission at Fluid Power World — providing the best hydraulic and pneumatic technical content, written and presented by engineers for engineers.
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