Chronicle of Higher Education, Inc. Names Circulation Managing Editor


Washington– The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inc. has named Gwen Tomasulo as managing director, audience development and circulation, effective Nov. 1.  

Tomasulo will lead the strategic effort to create brand awareness, drive traffic, grow audiences, maximize engagement and build loyalty across all of The Chronicle’s publications and platforms including print, digital (site, social and mobile), and live events.  

Previously, she served at the Atlantic Media Company, where she was audience development director for the National Journal Group. There she led a 20-member cross-functional team managing marketing, sales and client services for National Journal, National Journal Daily (formerly CongressDaily), The Hotline, and The Almanac of American Politics.   

Prior to that, Tomasulo held marketing and audience development management posts at American Law Media and at Institutional Investor. She holds a bachelor’s degree in geoenvironmental studies from Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania and a master’s of business administration from Baruch College of the City University of New York.  

“I’m delighted to have Gwen join our team,” said Mireille Grangenois, The Chronicle’s publisher. “She will help ensure the leaders and professionals we serve in the academic and nonprofit communities engage with our content and services to better fulfill their missions and advance their careers.”  


The Chronicle of Higher Education, Inc. is a global media company dedicated to the journalism of ideas and its flagship publications are the most influential news outlets with the largest readerships in their fields. Delivering news, information and jobs to millions of dedicated readers, The Chronicle of Higher Education is read by more college and university faculty members and administrators than any other source in higher education. The Chronicle of Philanthropy is the news source of record for the nonprofit world, providing the leaders of America’s charities with the data and information they need to help fulfill their groups’ missions.        

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