Sarah Flanagan Named Campus Safety Magazine East Coast Sales Manager

Sarah has more than 20 years marketing and sales experience in print, emedia and trade events.

FRAMINGHAM, Mass.—The security division of EH Publishing—consisting of leading publications Campus Safety Magazine and Security Sales & Integration Magazine—announces the appointment of Sarah Flanagan as new East Coast Sales Manager.  Flanagan will report to Steven Nesbitt, Publisher of both titles.

“Since EH Publishing purchased these security media products in November 2013, we have seen incredible sales growth. Sarah comes to EH Publishing with experience in the security channel and a high level of marketing expertise,” says Nesbitt

Flanagan joins EH Publishing with more than 20 years marketing and sales experience in print, emedia and trade events. Most recently Sarah worked with Security Systems News as West Coast and mid-Atlantic Sales Manager. She is looking forward to continuing her work in the security industry. Her background includes account management for global B2B and B2C trade events, print and emedia sales.

Sarah lives in Maine with her husband and two children. She can be reached by phone at 207-319-6967 or by emailing

ABOUT CAMPUS SAFETY: Campus Safety (CS) magazine and exclusively serve campus police chiefs, security directors, IT personnel, emergency managers and executive administrators involved in the public safety and security of major hospitals, schools and universities in the United States and world wide.

ABOUT SECURITY SALES & INTEGRATION (SSI): Security Sales & Integration magazine and reach executive, sales and technical professionals who recommend, buy and/or install electronic security equipment, including video surveillance, access control, biometrics, IT networking, intrusion, fire alarm, home controls/automation plus other security products and services.

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