Cynthia Brantley Knable launched Ceres in 2012. Its name reflects all the qualities she and her staff bring to every project: abundant experience, fruitful creativity, and a wealth of talent and enthusiasm.

Knable started her career in educational and reference publishing in 1992. She was the first Editor in Chief of The Princeton Review, an international test preparation and education company. She grew the company's list of titles from six to sixty in two years before moving on to doctoral studies in English at the University of Texas. During her years of graduate study, she wrote multiple award-winning educational trade books. 

In 1999, Knable decided to turn her full attention to offering development services to reference publishers and assessment developers. She co-founded Anaxos Inc. that year, and business boomed. While president of Anaxos, Knable cultivated an unparalleled staff of freelance and full-time publishing professionals who now form the backbone of Ceres.

A printable informational flyer about the services Ceres offers is available here.