Jennifer Bartmess, PhD

In addition to her work at Bartmess Editing, Jennifer manages publication projects at gta Verlag and assists with writing and publishing activities at the Chair of Circular Engineering in Architecture at ETH Zurich. She has taught critical reading and writing at the University of Zurich and college-level English as a foreign language at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences and Western Pacific College. She holds master’s and doctoral degrees in geography and a bachelor’s degree in linguistics.

Bernice Maxton-Lee, PhD

Bernice has writing, editing, and teaching experience in a wide range of topics from climate change politics to corporate communications and finance. She is the author of two books on deforestation and climate change and lectures on climate change and deforestation at the Technical University in Vienna. She taught English as a foreign language and presentation skills in Taiwan for several years.

Amy Stocker, MA

Amy offers editing expertise that benefits from her broad academic background in natural, social, and computer science sciences. She holds a master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Zurich. Her research focused on maternal health and reproduction, which benefitted from coursework on human anatomy, patient care, and medical anthropology. Her bachelor-level work at the University of British Columbia focused on linguistic anthropology.

Jennifer Bartmess, PhD.

Jennifer edits and translates for academics, researchers, museums, NGOs, foundations, and companies. She also manages publication projects and edits English books at gta Verlag, ETH Zurich, and teaches writing modules at the University of Zurich. She has taught college-level English as a foreign language. She holds master’s and doctoral degrees in geography and a bachelor’s degree in linguistics. 

Bernice Maxton-Lee, PhD.

Bernice lectures on climate change and deforestation at the Technical University in Vienna and is a Research Associate at ETH University in Zurich. She also teaches English as a foreign language, and corporate presentation workshops. She has editing experience in a wide range of topics from climate change politics to corporate communications and finance. She is the author of two books, on deforestation and climate change.

Amy Stocker, MA.

Amy offers editing expertise that benefits from her broad academic background in natural sciences, computer science, and social sciences. She holds a master’s degree in anthropology from the University of Zurich that focused on maternal health and reproduction, which benefitted from her previous participation in courses on human anatomy and physiology, patient care, and medical anthropology. Her bachelor-level work at the University of British Columbia focused on linguistic anthropology.