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List of The New York Times employees

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List of The New York Times employees

This is a list of The New York Times employees.[1]




The News Sections[2]

  • Jill Abramson, Executive Editor
  • Dean Baquet, Managing Editor (News)
  • John M. Geddes, Managing Editor (Production)
  • Tom Bodkin, Deputy Managing Editor
  • William E. Schmidt, Deputy Managing Editor
  • Susan Chira, Assistant Managing Editor
  • Janet Elder, Assistant Managing Editor
  • Ian Fisher, Assistant Managing Editor
  • Lawrence Ingrassia, Assistant Managing Editor
  • Michele McNally, Assistant Managing Editor
  • Margaret Sullivan, Public Editor[3]

Business Management[4]

Department heads

  • Barbara Strauch, science news editor
  • Sam Sifton, national news editor
  • Steve Duenes, graphics director
  • Stuart Emmrich, Styles editor
  • Jason Stallman, Sports editor
  • Sia Michel, Arts and Leisure editor
  • Patrick LaForge, editor, copy desks
  • Bill McDonald, obituaries editor
  • Alison Mitchell, weekend editor

Bureau chiefs

Domestic bureaus


Foreign bureaus


Foreign bureaus (cont.)


Op-Ed Columnists

Business Columnists


News Columnists

Science Columnists

Other notable personnel



Executive editors

Other personnel


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