Raju Narisetti, a longtime enterprise journalist now at McKinsey & Co., has been awarded the Wealthy Jaroslovsky Founder Award by the On-line Information Affiliation.
Narisetti is writer of McKinsey Publishing. Throughout his 32-year international profession in media and publishing, he has created, reimagined and managed main media organizations in North America, Europe and Asia, in addition to being on the frontlines of digital transformation challenges and new ventures in publishing.
He labored as a journalist at The Wall Road Journal the place, over 14 years, he went from a summer season reporting intern to be the editor of WSJ Europe, and managing editor, digital, of the worldwide WSJ, and a part of a workforce that received the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking Information for 9/11 protection.
On the Washington Publish, Narisetti was the managing editor who helped kick-start the newspaper’s print/digital transformation.
In each information organizations, he was the youngest–and the primary individual of coloration–on the masthead.
Narisetti can be the founding father of Mint, India’s second-largest enterprise information publication.
After his 25-year stint as a journalist, as a media enterprise govt, he was senior vp of Technique for Information Corp, and later CEO of the Gizmodo Media Group, which encompassed a gaggle of digital journalism websites that included Gizmodo, Jezebel, Lifehacker, and The Root.
Instantly previous to becoming a member of McKinsey in 2020, he was a journalism educator, main the Knight Bagehot Fellowships in Economics and Enterprise Journalism at Columbia College as a Professor of Skilled Follow on the Faculty of Journalism, and the place he began the annual WERT Prize honoring excellence in international enterprise journalism by a girl journalist.