Buffalo, N.Y.–The Pulitzer Prize Board has selected Margaret M. Sullivan, editor of The Buffalo (N.Y.) News, as its newest member. She will be among those choosing the winners for the 2012 Pulitzer Prizes. Sullivan will be the first Buffalo News editor to help select the winners of the prestigious awards in journalism and the arts. Sullivan served as Pulitzer Prize juror in 2001, 2002, 2005 and 2006. She has been editor of The News since 1999, and she is the first woman to hold that post in the newspaper’s 131-year history. She also has been a vice president since 2001. Prior to being named editor, she was also The News’ first female managing editor.