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Marc Lacey      

National Editor of The New York Times

Marc Lacey is National Editor of The New York Times.

Previously, Lacey served as an Associate Managing Editor, and a Deputy Foreign Editor. He joined The Times in September 1999 and has held leadership positions in a number of domestic and international bureaus at the paper.

Lacey opened the paper’s first-ever Phoenix bureau in August 2010, becoming its Bureau Chief. Before that, beginning in June 2006, Lacey was a correspondent in the Mexico City bureau of The Times, responsible for the paper’s coverage across Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.

From 2001 to 2006, he was the Nairobi Bureau Chief for The Times, responsible for a dozen countries in east and central Africa. He also did a stint in Iraq after the U.S.-led invasion in 2003.

Lacey joined The Times in September 1999 and was assigned to the Washington bureau, where he covered the White House and the State Department and traveled widely across the globe.

Born in New York City, Lacey graduated from Cornell University, where he majored in biology. He later received a master's degree in international policy and practice from The George Washington University.


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