Meredith is the youngest person to ever lead its executive ranks. NY Times has won 130 Pulitzers Meredith Kopit Levien, the news organization’s chief operating officer, and Chief Executive. Mark Thompson, called Ms. Levien “a brilliant and transformative leader.” “Everything she has touched in the organization she has made better,” Mr. Sulzberger said. Ms. Levien joined The Times in 2013 as its head of advertising. She was promoted to executive vice president and chief revenue officer in 2015 and became the chief operating officer in 2017. That put her in line to succeed Mr. Thompson, who helped transform The Times into a digital-centric news operation.
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