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Our Team



Andrea Eastman-Mullins 
Vice President, Product Management

Andrea Eastman-Mullins leads ProQuest's product team in literature, arts, humanities, and genealogy including the Alexander Street portfolio.  Andrea has 20 years of experience publishing for learning and research. Working for Alexander Street, SIRS, Chadwyck-Healey, ProQuest, and the University of North Carolina, Andrea has held multiple roles in the development of more over 100 digital collections used in libraries worldwide. With a B.A. in philosophy and German from Hamilton College and an M.A. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Michigan, Andrea proves you can study Nietzsche and still find a job.

Email: aeastmanmullins@alexanderstreet.com


David Parker 
Senior Director, Product Management

David Parker leads ProQuest's video line of business including Alexander Street's Academic Video Online. Prior to his role with Alexander Street, David founded Business Expert Press and served as the President of Business Expert Press and its sister company, Momentum Press. BEP and MP specialize in applied, concise ebooks for advanced business and engineering students. Before founding BEP, David was editor-in-chief for business publishing at Pearson Education and a member of Pearson’s global business publishing committee. In his role as editor-in-chief, he managed a portfolio of more than 100 titles and media products with revenue in excess of $80 million annually.  During his tenure with Pearson, David participated in or led teams working on a variety of digital learning initiatives including audio study guides, automated homework assessment products, gaming-as-homework initiatives and social media sites for instructor teaching material and open educational resource sharing. 

David holds a bachelor’s degree in international studies from George Fox University and a Master’s Degree in Latin American Studies from the University of Arizona. He has also completed executive education in business at City University Seattle and the University of Chicago. David is the author of The Blurring Line column in Against the Grain and a frequent adviser to book publishers navigating the print to digital transition.