Why Patty Stonesifer Agreed to Become the Washington Post’s Interim CEO

From a Washington Post story by Herb Scribner and Elahe Izadi headlined “Why Patty Stonesifer said ‘yes’ to becoming the Post’s interim CEO”:

The Washington Post’s new interim CEO is a former Microsoft executive who helped Bill and Melinda Gates start their global nonprofit foundation. She has served on the Smithsonian Institution’s Board of Regents, headed a local Washington charity organization and has been on Amazon’s board of directors for nearly three decades. But what Patty Stonesifer emphasized most Monday while meeting The Post’s staff was that her job with the news organization is temporary.