Bayoumy joins from Reuters as The Atlantic expands its politics and national affairs coverage
Speakers at annual summit include Mayors of Athens, Greece, Baltimore, Birmingham, Detroit, Seattle, and St. Paul, and experts on mobility and accessibility, justice, infrastructure, art, and design.
Poll finds young women are more likely to be civically engaged, and political and civic participation by African Americans has eroded in the past two years.
Hill will cover issues related to sports, race, politics, and culture for both the magazine and TheAtlantic.com.
Featured speakers include Ford Foundation CEO Darren Walker, President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid, Quicken Loans Founder Dan Gilbert, and Black Panther and Moonlight production designer Hannah Beachler.
Hardiman, currently head of news products at Facebook, to guide audience experience and product strategy across The Atlantic platforms at a time of unprecedented expansion.
Preeminent global summit is organized by The Atlantic, the Aspen Institute, and Bloomberg Philanthropies to address the most urgent modern-day issues.
Rao to anchor The Atlantic’s expansion in Europe, based in London.
Annual marquee event will take place the week of October 1 in Washington, D.C.’s Penn Quarter neighborhood.
Only 45 percent of those surveyed say outside influence from foreign governments in elections is a major problem. The poll also finds deep structural barriers to the ballot for black and Latino voters.
Purdum to cover Politics and Hollywood from new Los Angeles bureau
Features include: “When Children Say They’re Trans,” “Being Black in America Can Be Hazardous to Your Health,” “When the Next Plague Hits”
Loeb will oversee expanded coverage of Washington and doubling of The Atlantic’s politics team in 2018.
Speakers include: Baltimore Health Commissioner Leana Wen, Deputy Housing Commissioner Alice Kennedy, Bon Secours Hospital CEO Samuel Ross, City Food Policy Director Holly Freishtat
First episode asks: Why can’t Facebook tell the truth?