“Paul is a remarkable and increasingly rare amalgam of technical knowledge and diverse transportation-sector experience, with a deep understanding of the new-technology sector,” said Bill Visnic, editorial director for SAE’s Mobility Media group. “He is a perfect fit for our team, as we document how automotive engineering is evolving to integrate connected, autonomous and electrified technologies.”
Seredynski’s career has included staff editor and writer positions at Edmunds, Inc., MSN Autos and Cycle World magazine. He was also a communication professional specializing in product technology and engineering for Ford Motor Co., Honda North America and Porsche Cars North America.
“Paul is keenly interested in vehicles of all types. If it moves, he’ll find a compelling story in how it is designed, engineered and manufactured,” noted Lindsay Brooke, Editor in Chief of SAE’s Automotive Engineering. “He’s a mobility and tech enthusiast of the first order – and brings a fresh perspective to every story.”
Seredynski earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Syracuse University’s Newhouse School.
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