Paul Van Slambrouck joined Principia’s Mass Communication Department in 2011. Van Slambrouck served as Editor of The Christian Science Monitor from 2001–2005 and has held a variety of writing, editing, and management positions in the field of journalism. At the Monitor, he was a national and foreign correspondent, as well Foreign Editor, working in both print and radio.
From 1989 to 1997 Van Slambrouck worked at the San Jose Mercury News, and was awarded a Pulitzer Prize along with the Mercury News staff for coverage of the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake. Van Slambrouck served in a variety of positions at the Mercury News, including Deputy Managing Editor and National/Foreign Editor.
Before joining Principia, Van Slambrouck was an active contributor to Works & Conversations magazine and a volunteer coordinator for CharityFocus.
Van Slambrouck is currently writing a book under contract with Barrett-Koehler Publishers.