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Hampden – Rediker Software recently announced the promotion of Amy Anderlonis to Director of Corporate Communications. In her new position, Anderlonis will be responsible for managing internal and external communications and events to promote the company’s vision, culture, business plans, and corporate identity. The role helps foster positive company morale and positions Rediker as a premier provider of educational technology.

Anderlonis joined Rediker Software as an International Account Representative in 2006 and most recently served as Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator. A graduate of The George Washington University with a degree in international affairs, Anderlonis’ new role will focus on translating corporate strategy and news to both internal and external audiences. She will also continue managing the company’s philanthropic pursuits, including its partnership with Link to Libraries and charitable donations to schools and organizations through the Rediker CARES program.

Rediker Software recently welcomed Ann Glica as the company’s new Director of Human Resources. Ann comes to Rediker with more than 25 years of experience in human resources and is a self-motivated professional. In addition to utilizing her HR management skills at Rediker, Glica is an Adjunct Professor in Human Resources Management at American International College.

Prior to joining the organization, Glica was Human Resources Business Partner at Smith and Wesson and Director of Human Resources at UL-STR. She has a BS in Business Management from Westfield State University and an MBA in Business Administration and Management from American International College.

“We are thrilled to have Amy and Ann in these leadership roles,” said Andrew Anderlonis, president of Rediker Software. “They bring a high level of expertise and professionalism to our company and we look forward to seeing them put their talents to work as we plan our mission and vision for the future.”