Margaret Low is Senior Vice President of The Atlantic and President of AtlanticLIVE. She oversees The Atlantic‘s events division, which each year, produces more than one hundred editorial events across the country and around the world. Before joining The Atlantic, Low was NPR’s Senior Vice President for News, where she oversaw that organization’s award winning news division and the work of 400 journalists. Low also spent nine years as NPR’s Vice President for Programming, where she developed the live events strategy for the hit show Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! and oversaw all program acquisitions including Car Talk and Fresh Air. Low is a graduate of the University of Michigan and serves on the boards of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and Wallace House at the University of Michigan, home to the Knight-Wallace Fellowship for Journalism.
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