Managing editor, The Christian Science Monitor
As Managing Editor of The Christian Science Monitor, Marshall Ingwerson oversees daily editorial operations, including for CSMonitor.com and the Monitor’s weekly magazine. Previously, he reported for the Monitor from Moscow, Washington, D.C., Miami, Los Angeles, and Boston. He covered the White House during the George H.W. Bush and Clinton administrations and the former Soviet Union during the Yeltsin administration and the first Chechen war. His articles on the oil boom in the Caspian Sea earned an Overseas Press Club citation for 1997. As Managing Editor he has helped steer the Monitor through Sept. 11, 2001, a couple of major newspaper redesigns, the kidnapping of freelancer Jill Carroll in 2006, and the newspaper’s historic transition last year from daily print to Web-first and print weekly platforms. He is currently a Fellow in the Sulzberger Executive Leadership program at Columbia University.
Marshall graduated from Principia College, where he was editor of the campus newspaper, and attended the University of California, Irvine. A native of Los Angeles, he’s married to Clara Germani, also a journalist. They live in Needham, Mass., with their daughter Ellen. He’s a loyal member of the Needham Running Club and is a weekend design-build renovator of his own homes.