For immediate release:
October 13, 2018
THE WELL NEWS ANNOUNCES HIRING OF MANAGING DIRECTOR
WASHINGTON – The Well News is pleased to announce the addition of Christina Paulos as our new managing director. Paulos brings over a decade of experience in operations and business development to The Well News from her work with multiple small and medium sized organizations in Washington, DC, California, and Idaho.
The Well News is a digital-first national media outlet dedicated to providing unique reporting, elevating policy, and insights from leaders who are driving thoughtful discussion and real change throughout the country. At a time when so much of media coverage is focused on the views of those on the far right and far left, TWN strives to cover the business, policy and thought leaders across the country who are actually getting things done. Their goal is to cut through the noise and provide accurate, interesting and exclusive coverage of the issues that impact our lives every day and the people who are taking real steps to make change for the better.
Most recently, at RealClear Media Group, Paulos oversaw operations and spent more than six years developing the respected and nonpartisan news outlet’s audience, products, polling syndication, and strategic partnerships.
“We relied on Christina’s energy and vision every day for the past six years,” said RealClear executive editor Carl Cannon. “She was a versatile, competent, caring, innovative, and resourceful colleague. Indispensable, really. A rock star.”
Paulos’ intellectual intensity and natural leadership abilities will enable her to bridge divides that grow wider on a daily basis. Her track record of finding sustainable models to fund journalism will help The Well News position itself as a thought leader and key influencer in today’s challenging news environment.
Before joining RealClearMedia, Paulos worked as a research assistant at the Transatlantic Academy, a research partnership between the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) and the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius; she coordinated the Jarbidge Resource Management Plan at the U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management. Paulos holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations, with a focus in international business, from the University of San Diego.
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