Marc Lacey

Managing Editor, The New York Times

Marc Lacey is the managing editor of The New York Times, along with Carolyn Ryan, under the new executive editor, Joe Kahn.

In two decades at The Times, he also served as assistant managing editor, national editor, weekend editor, deputy foreign editor and a correspondent based in Washington, Nairobi, Mexico City and Phoenix.

Previously, he worked at the Los Angeles Times, Buffalo News and Washington Post. He participated in coverage of the Los Angeles riots in 1992 and the Northridge earthquake in 1994, both of which won Pulitzer Prizes for spot news reporting. A graduate of Cornell, he started in journalism at the Cornell Daily Sun, where he was editor in chief.