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Sandra Mims Rowe

editor, The Oregonian

Fellow for Transforming News Organizations for the Digital Future

Sandra Mims Rowe has been editor of The Oregonian in Portland, OR., since 1993. She previously spent 22 years at The Virginian-Pilot and The Ledger-Star where she rose to executive editor and vice president at the combined papers in 1984, a post she held until moving on to Portland. On her watch, the papers won the Pulitzer Prize for general news reporting in 1985. Also, under her leadership, The Oregonian has won three Pulitzer Prizes and been a finalist four additional times. The Oregonian won the prize for explanatory reporting in 1999 and, in 2001, both the feature writing prize and the Gold Medal for Public Service. Rowe also is a past president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors.

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