Marshall Ingwerson


Marshall Ingwerson is a journalist and the former editor in chief of The Christian Science Monitor.

As Editor, he led the development and launch of the Monitor as a daily digital subscription product in 2017.

As a staff correspondent at the Monitor, he has been based in Boston, Los Angeles, Miami, Washington DC – covering the George H.W. Bush and Clinton White Houses – and then Moscow during the post-Soviet Yeltsin years. His coverage of the oil boom around the Caspian Sea won an Overseas Press Club citation in 1997.

As Managing Editor of the Monitor, he managed the transition of the Monitor from a daily print newspaper to a Web-first news operation with a weekly print edition.

He is currently based in Laguna Beach, California, and developing The What Works Initiative

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