Gannett is experiencing a mass exodus among top execs. Here’s who has left.


USA TODAY’s vice president and executive editor of news and initiatives Kristen Go will be leaving Friday, making her the eighth high-ranking editor or executive to depart Gannett in the last six months.

The company, which underwent several rounds of cuts last year, has experienced a mass exodus among top leadership. In November, president of Gannett Media and USA TODAY publisher Maribel Perez Wadsworth announced she would be leaving at the end of the year. A wave of departures followed, including president of Gannett’s news division and USA TODAY editor-in-chief Nicole Carroll and senior vice president of local news and audience development Amalie Nash.

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