Scott Vance Named Managing Editor of Washington Post

From The Washington Post:

Scott Vance, a veteran newsroom manager who first joined The Washington Post in 1995, has been promoted to managing editor, Executive Editor Sally Buzbee said.

He will be one of four managing editors — alongside Krissah Thompson, Justin Bank and Matea Gold — filling a gap created on The Post’s masthead by the departure in June of former senior managing editor Cameron Barr.

Vance, 65, who most recently served as a deputy managing editor, will oversee The Post’s international, business, tech and sports coverage in his new role.

Buzbee praised Vance’s contributions to the paper.