#NewsPeople on the move
Tonda Rush says she is "ready to step back and let another generation guide this venerable organization. ... For the months ahead, I will continue behind-the-scenes as a lawyer and consultant to help the boards when needed."
Philanthropy leader and multimedia journalist Karen Rundlet will become chief executive officer of the Institute for Nonprofit News (INN), the network driving the movement to reinvent journalism as a nonprofit, nonpartisan public service.
The Online News Association has announced two appointments to the 2024-25 board of directors: Lauren Williams, CEO and co-founder of Capital B, and Angela Pacienza, executive editor at The Globe and Mail.
Anne Guérin has been appointed as the new managing director of Agence France-Presse (AFP). She will take over the role from January next year, replacing Dalila Zein who held the position since 2018 and significantly contributed to the Agency’s financial recovery during her tenure.
Debra Kamin, whose doggedness and curiosity as a freelancer have helped drive the Real Estate desk’s growth at The New York Times, is joining the staff as the newest member of its reporting team.
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