Love & Gustus: Four years in, more changes as The Salt Lake Tribune works to better serve Utahns

The Tribune became a nonprofit in 2020. Today leadership changes are announced.


After four years as a nonprofit, we are making changes at The Salt Lake Tribune in an effort to better serve you. ...

Today, we announce the appointment of Executive Editor Lauren Gustus to also serve as The Tribune’s first-ever chief executive officer. In this role, Lauren will continue to report directly to The Tribune’s board of directors.

Additionally, Ciel Hunter, will now oversee both philanthropy and advertising as our chief development officer. She’ll work closely with Lauren, as well as Danyelle White, who now oversees our product, audience, marketing, planning and engagement efforts as chief of content. Lauren will continue to work closely with our senior managing editors, Sheila McCann and David Noyce, who oversee all of the journalism and who continue to bring their invaluable expertise to The Tribune.

As we embark on this new era, we are grateful for the partnership with Chris Stegman, who left The Tribune in May to form his own advertising agency. Chris served as The Tribune’s revenue leader since 2020 and helped return The Tribune to sustainability.

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