Meredith Kopit Levien was named executive vice president and chief operating officer of The New York Times Company in June 2017. Meredith oversees the teams responsible for digital product, design, audience and brand, consumer revenue, advertising, live events and new product development.
Immediately prior, she was executive vice president and chief revenue officer, a position she held since April 2015. In that role, Meredith was responsible for the generation of all advertising and subscription revenue from The Times’s products and services and for leadership of the advertising, marketing, video and live event teams. Meredith joined The Times Company in August 2013 as head of advertising.
She previously served as chief revenue officer at Forbes Media, where she led the North American and European revenue operations for Forbes.com, the Forbes Magazine Group and Forbes Conferences since 2011.
Meredith began her professional career in 1993 at the Advisory Board Company in Washington, DC., did a two-year stint at digital ad agency and website development firm i33 Communications and worked in various sales and marketing roles at Atlantic Media Company from 2001 to 2008.
Meredith is a graduate of the Henry Crown Fellowship at the Aspen Institute, an executive committee member of the board of the Ad Council and a co-chair of the Lincoln Center Media and Entertainment Council.
She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Virginia in 1993. She is a passionate advocate of sustaining the independence of high-quality original journalism, a fan and follower of great literary fiction and has been the executive sponsor of The New York Times Women’s Network since January 2014.