Glen Kramon: The Changing Times
Sunday, April 15, 2012
Glenn Kramon, assistant managing editor for the New York Timessince 2006, spoke on how the newspaper is changing and not changing with the times. Kramon oversees long-term reporting efforts in the newsroom which include the dangers of distracted driving; the safety and environmental hazards of sport utility vehicles and pickup trucks; the overlooked problem of concussions among young athletes; cheating on taxes and the loopholes and inequities in the tax code; environmental devastation in China; and the proliferation of tax and regulatory breaks afforded religious organizations.
In June 2003, Mr. Kramon became the first recipient of the Gerald Loeb/Lawrence Minard award for outstanding work as an editor. He is a graduate of Scarsdale High School.