Pensions & Investments announced several changes in its editorial leadership that were effective June 15.
Nancy K. Webman, editor since 1997, has become editorial director of P&I. Amy B. Resnick, formerly executive editor, was promoted to editor, and Julie Tatge has joined as executive editor.
“These important editorial leadership changes at Pensions & Investments have been in the works for several years, and I am pleased to now have three talented women, with more than 75 years of collective financial and business journalism experience, leading the editorial direction of our organization,” said Chris J. Battaglia, vice president and group publisher.
Ms. Webman is developing a digital content strategy to further engage asset owners and the global asset management community, along with other initiatives such as P&I's recognition program for asset managers, Best Places to Work in Money Management. In her new role, Ms. Webman also will oversee P&I's digital, conference and print content.
Following stints as a reporter and editor at daily newspapers in New York, Florida and Texas, Ms. Webman joined P&I in 1982 as a reporter to open the Southwest bureau in Dallas. She is based in Chicago.
Ms. Resnick joined P&I in 2012 as executive editor. Before joining P&I, she worked as Americas editor of IFR magazine. Prior to that, she spent 15 years at The Bond Buyer, including her last 10 years there as the editor-in-chief.
Ms. Resnick was a Knight Wallace Journalism Fellow at the University of Michigan, where she studied politics, taxation and infrastructure finance. She graduated from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Tufts University. She is also a member of the board of directors of the Journalism and Women Symposium. A self-described public policy nerd, Ms. Resnick is based in New York.
A new addition to the editorial leadership team is Ms. Tatge. She previously worked as the business editor of the Chicago Tribune, directing daily and Sunday business news coverage and department operations. Ms. Tatge held several other posts during her 12 years at the Chicago Tribune. She brings to P&I experience in digital and print journalism. She has both a master's degree and bachelor's degree in journalism from Ohio State University. Ms. Tatge is based in Chicago.