NY times taps Joseph as senior international news editor

Yonette Joseph

Yonette Joseph has been appointed senior international news editor at The New York Times. She will be based in Mexico City.

An expert from the announcement reads:

“After a decade working on various desks in Manhattan (Metro, the News Desk and Express), she became the first weekend editor in the London newsroom in 2017. In 2020, she took on the role of International news editor in Asia. There, she served as assignment editor, manager, mentor and collaborator across time zones, among other things.

“She landed at The New York Times in 2007, after stints at The Washington Post, The Miami Herald and what is now The Journal News in White Plains, N.Y.

“Her interest in international news was ignited during a Knight-Wallace fellowship, which took the fellows to far-flung newsrooms like Milliyet, CNN Turk and Agos in Turkey, and Clarin and The Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina.”

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