Jodie Ginsberg Named President of Committee to Protect Journalists

From a post on headlined “Committee to Protect Journalists names Jodie Ginsberg as its new president”:

The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) today named Jodie Ginsberg as its new President. Ginsberg will succeed Joel Simon, who stepped down at the end of 2021 after leading the organization for 15 years.

A journalist by profession, Ginsberg, 44, has served since March 2020 as Chief Executive Officer for Internews Europe, part of the Internews alliance, one of the world’s largest international media development nonprofits. Ginsberg was previously the CEO of the  freedom of expression campaign group, Index on Censorship. A South African and British national, she worked for more than a decade as a foreign correspondent and newsroom leader at Reuters news agency. Ginsberg is expected to take up her appointment in April, when she will relocate to New York from the UK….