World Press Photo's head will step down

World Press Photo


Michiel Munneke will step down as managing director of World Press Photo in November, the organization says in a press release. He's held the position since 2001.



Munneke "is leaving behind a healthy organization that is ready for the future," WPP Supervisory Board Chairman Pieter Broertjes said in a statement.



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