Eryn Brown Named Editorial Director of Zócalo Public Square

The Seasoned Reporter and Editor Continues the Meaningful Work of Connecting People to Ideas That Matter

Zócalo Public Square is pleased to announce the appointment of Eryn Brown as its new editorial director.

A seasoned reporter and editor, Brown brings her razor-sharp editorial skills, organizational acumen, and boundless curiosity to the role. Since she joined Zócalo as an editor at large in 2017, her ability to make complex subject matter accessible to the public has distinguished her work in a variety of editorial roles, including on the multiyear “What It Means to Be American” project, a national, multiplatform, multimedia conversation hosted by the Smithsonian’s National Museum of …

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