Wired.com editor Greenwell is departing
Wired.com editor in chief Megan Greenwell is leaving next week.
Greenwell joined Wired from Deadspin, where she served as editor in chief. Previously, Greenwell helped launch digital features programs at Esquire and New York Magazine’s The Cut, edited investigations and features for ESPN the Magazine, and covered the war in Iraq from Baghdad for The Washington Post.
Greenwell’s editing work has been nominated for two National Magazine Awards, and a GLAAD Media Award, and she was part of the Washington Post team that won the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news reporting for its coverage of the Virginia Tech shootings.
She said on Twitter that she would like to run a newsroom in the future.