WorkingNation names Schindelheim its editor in chief
WorkingNation has named Ramona Schindelheim as its first editor in chief.
Schindelheim, who was previously executive producer and senior business correspondent for WorkingNation, will oversee WorkingNation’s growing team of journalists and all original written content published on WorkingNation.com.
Founded by philanthropist and venture capitalist Art Bilger three years ago, WorkingNation produces journalism about unemployment and the economy.
“I am beyond thrilled to be named editor-in-chief for WorkingNation,” Schindelheim said. “In its short history, WorkingNation has established itself as an imperative source of original journalism tackling important workforce and employment issues that are woefully under-covered across the country. I can’t wait to get started in this new role.”
“Ramona has proven to be a most invaluable member of the WorkingNation team. She is the perfect person to lead our newsroom as editor-in-chief as we expand our coverage of these important issues and challenges facing the U.S. workforce,” said WorkingNation’s Chief Content and Programming Officer Joan Lynch. “Dating back to my time working with her at ABC News, she has consistently shown to be a leading voice on financial and economic issues.”
Schindelheim has previously worked for CNBC, the Wall Street Journal, and ABC News as a financial journalist, producer, and senior manager. While serving as executive producer for CNBC, she oversaw the content and production of three daily business news shows.