The New York Times has promoted Suzanne Daley to associate editor for international print. Daley most recently served as international correspondent.
Daley has been with the Times since 1978. She previously served as metro editor, Paris bureau chief, education editor and more. She served as national editor from 2005 to 2010, when she became international correspondent.
In a note to staffers, Times executive editor Dean Baquet and international editor Joe Kahn explained Daley’s role.
“In her new role, as associate editor for international print, Suzanne will focus that sensibility on curating stories that appeal to international readers. She will embed herself in the New York newsroom. She will work closely with desks to keep abreast of forthcoming stories that can be slated for international print shortly after digital publication. She will supervise the Hong Kong print hub and oversee a shift to a more integrated production system that will allow editors 12 times zones apart to make updates and design changes on a flexible schedule.”