|Born||Lydia Frances Polgreen
|Notable credit(s)||The New York Times|
Lydia Frances Polgreen (born 1975) is a journalist who is the editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post. She was previously the editorial director of NYT Global at the New York Times, and the West Africa bureau chief for the same publication, based in Dakar, Senegal, from 2005-2009. She has won many awards, most recently the Livingston award in 2009. She has also reported from India. She was then based in Johannesburg, South Africa where she was the New York Times Johannesburg Bureau Chief.
In April 2016, she became editorial director of NYT Global for the New York Times. On December 6, 2016 she left the New York Times and took the position of Editor-In-Chief of The Huffington Post, replacing the founder Arianna Huffington.
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- "Lydia Polgreen Named Editor-In-Chief Of The Huffington Post". Huffington Post. 6 December 2016.
- Journalist's Twitter
- "WEBCAST: LYDIA POLGREEN, NEW NYT NEW DELHI CORRESPONDENT", MARCH 30, 2009
- "Lydia Polgreen, NYT's West Africa bureau chief", Columbia Journalism podcast, 1/7/2009
- "My Foreign Correspondent Hero: Lydia Polgreen", AAUW Dialog, March 13, 2009
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