Marshall Ingwerson has been the editor of The Christian Science Monitor since February, 2014. He has held numerous positions at the Monitor, including as a correspondent in Moscow, Miami, Los Angeles, and Washington, D.C., as well as managing editor.
Ingwerson’s articles on the oil boom in the Caspian Sea earned an Overseas Press Club citation for 1997. He served as the Monitor’s White House correspondent during the George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton administrations. Ingwerson was managing editor through the terrorism attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the kidnapping of Monitor freelancer Jill Carroll in 2006, and the newspaper’s historic transition in 2009 from daily print to Web-first and print weekly platforms. He was a Sulzberger Fellow at Columbia University in 2010.
A native of Los Angeles, he attended the University of California, Irvine, and graduated from Principia College. He is married to Clara Germani, who is also a journalist. They live with their teenaged daughter in Needham, Mass., in a house that Ingwerson is renovating in his spare time.