Marcus Mabry is the Vice President of Global Programming for CNN Digital Worldwide. Mabry oversees all digital programming efforts across CNN's platforms and products including CNN.com, edition.CNN.com, CNN Politics and CNN Business across mobile, social, desktop.
Prior to taking on this position, Mabry led CNN's mobile programming team during a time when CNN repeatedly broke audience records, routinely reaching the best months on record in mobile. He built the best mobile news team in the business, with a talented and diverse cast.
Mabry joined CNN from Twitter, where he ran the TwitterMoments product for U.S. and Canadian audiences. Prior to that he spent nearly a decade at The New York Times as international business editor, a national politics editor and a digital editor. He spent nearly 20 years before that at Newsweek as a correspondent in Washington, Paris and Johannesburg, a foreign editor, and the chief of correspondents, managing the domestic and foreign bureaus.
He was previously the president of the Overseas Press Club of America, on the board of the Lawrenceville School and the author of two books -- one on Condoleezza Rice, and another on black America. He's a former national secretary of the NLGJA, a Lifetime Member of NABJ and the co-founder of NABJ's LGBT Task Force.
Mabry graduated from Stanford and made the move to New York City, where he currently resides.