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Corrie Thompson

Senior Editor

Pronouns: she/her

 

As Senior Editor, Corrie manages ELA K–12 projects and ensures that projects stay organized, delivery dates are met, content follows guidelines, and the project team is sufficiently supported. Her keen eye for design, organizational skills, and experience in copyediting assures that she is an integral component in creating a high-quality product. 

Corrie’s versatile experience in publishing has given her the ability to work in various roles, whether that be writing, content editing, leading a project, copyediting, proofreading, designing materials, or fact-checking. Since 2017, she has worked on a plethora of projects at CSA, including projects dedicated to phonics and phonemic awareness instruction, assessments, leveled passages for decodability and MLLs, video scripted lesson plans, and other reading and writing programs. She has used basic HTML code to publish content on various online platforms, such as Learnosity, and utilizes other tools such as InCopy, InDesign, Word Style Guides, PowerPoint, Google Slides, and Smartsheet. Her ability to hop into a project at any stage and navigate any need earned her the CSA 2023 Exemplary Values award for “We Support.” 

Prior to her role at CSA, Corrie worked in Publicity, published fun and engaging activity books for kids of all ages, edited full novel manuscripts, wrote book reviews, and published several news articles.

Highlights from Corrie’s career include the following:

  • Writing instructional materials and lesson plans for GK–6, including Teacher Guides and Student Editions
  • Creating supporting resources for the classroom, such as rubrics, worksheets, and letters to students’ guardians
  • Managing leveled passages projects, including passages for decodability, phonics and vocabulary remediation, MLLs, and more
  • Utilizing various tools specific to the project needs, such as InCopy, InDesign, Smartsheet, Keynotes, Word Style Guides, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Acrobat PDF, and client Hubs/VPN such as WoodWing
  • Effectively organizing information to launch projects while facilitating open lines of communication both with the client and the project team 

Corrie holds a BS in Professional Writing from Taylor University. She passionately encourages others to explore their creativity and to engage in new learning experiences.

Corrie can always be found with a camera in hand, photographing the mesmerizing way light colors the world and capturing special moments in life for friends and family. She has a cuddly cat named Nahla, and also loves old movies, her favorite being Casablanca.

Contact Corrie at ct*******@cs****.com