Michael Oreskes, senior managing editor of The Associated Press, supervises the news cooperative's daily all-format and global report.
Oreskes came to the AP two years ago from the International Herald Tribune where he was executive editor of the Paris-based daily. Michael spent 27 years with The New York Times Co. He began in 1981 as reporter for the Times, covering local, state and national politics; he was later appointed Metro editor, Washington bureau chief and deputy managing editor. As a member of the Times masthead Michael was a pioneer in its television and online operations. Before coming to the Times, Mike worked for the Daily News (New York) where he was a general assignment reporter, City Hall bureau chief, and also covered education, Albany and the labor beat. He is co-author of "The Genius of America: How The Constitution Saved our Country and Why it Can Again" (Bloomsbury). He is a graduate of The City College of New York.
Boards: AP Managing Editors; American Society of News Editors; City University Graduate School of Journalism; The Correspondent's Fund; World Economic Forum Media Leaders Council (co-chair).