Meredith Kopit Levien
Meredith Kopit Levien serves as president and CEO of The New York Times Company. She oversees the global operations and business strategies of the company.
Before becoming CEO in September 2020, she oversaw all key commercial activities, including subscriptions, advertising, events, and the cross-functional digital product development department.
Prior to her appointment as chief operating officer in 2017, she served as executive vice president and chief revenue officer since 2015. Ms. Kopit Levien was responsible for the subscription and advertising businesses in her previous position. Ms. Kopit Levien joined The Times Company as advertising director in 2013.
Prior to joining The Times, she held different positions for five years at Forbes, including publisher and chief revenue officer, and for six years at The Atlantic. She started her professional career with Advisory Board Company.
Aspen Institute’s Henry Crown Fellow is Ms. Kopit Levien. She is a member of the boards of The New York Times Company and Instacart.
She graduated from the University of Virginia with a Bachelor of Arts in 1993 and shares her time between New York and Washington, D.C.