Sarah O’Keefe, President, is the chocoholic founder of Scriptorium Publishing.

Scriptorium specializes in streamlining publishing processes for clients in telecommunications, defense, technology, and other content-rich industries. Typical projects are content strategy for technical communication, XML implementation, and build automation for publishing systems.

As a speaker, Sarah strives to balance entertainment and information. In 2002, she received her Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) accreditation from CompTIA. Her presentations at international, national, and regional conferences (including STC, tekom, and WritersUA) have consistently earned high ratings.

Sarah is the primary contributor to Scriptorium’s blog, Palimpsest. Her official publishing credits include Publishing Fundamentals: FrameMaker 7 (originally published asFrameMaker 7: The Complete Reference), The WebWorks Publisher Cookbook, Technical Writing 101, FrameMaker 5.5.6 for Dummies, and numerous white papers.

Sarah O'Keefe

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Sarah O'Keefe
Sarah O’Keefe, President, is the chocoholic founder of Scriptorium Publishing.

Scriptorium specializes in streamlining publishing processes for clients in telecommunications, defense, technology, and other content-rich industries. Typical projects are content strategy for technical communication, XML implementation, and build automation for publishing systems.

As a speaker, Sarah strives to balance entertainment and information. In 2002, she received her Certified Technical Trainer (CTT+) accreditation from CompTIA. Her presentations at international, national, and regional conferences (including STC, tekom, and WritersUA) have consistently earned high ratings.

Sarah is the primary contributor to Scriptorium’s blog, Palimpsest. Her official publishing credits include Publishing Fundamentals: FrameMaker 7 (originally published asFrameMaker 7: The Complete Reference), The WebWorks Publisher Cookbook, Technical Writing 101, FrameMaker 5.5.6 for Dummies, and numerous white papers.

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