The Denver Business Journal has hired Christine Rourke as its new managing editor, reports associate editor Angela Ufheil.
Ufheil reports, “Rourke began at the DBJ on Jan. 31. She most recently served as deputy editor at the Denver Gazette where she coordinated the story planning, editing and writing that went into the production of the daily newspaper.
“Prior to her arrival at the Denver Gazette, Rourke was a university communications officer at Western Colorado University.
“Rourke also spent 12 years working at the Gunnison Country Times. There, Rourke took on many roles, acting as a reporter, photographer and editor before becoming the editor in chief of the paper.”
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