About 

    • Stephanie Clary is the director of social publishing for CNN, where she leads a global team of producers and oversees the publishing of social content across CNN's social platforms.

      Previously, Clary was the managing editor at Mic, where she oversaw daily newsroom and helped form written and video content strategies. Prior to joining Mic, Clary was the managing editor of "Breaking News", an NBC start-up, where she led a global team of journalists covering breaking news around the world, 24/7. There, she oversaw the coverage of major international and national news events, including the Paris attacks, the Orlando nightclub shooting, the Turkey coup attempt and the 2016 elections. She also worked on the product side of "Breaking News", providing editorial guidance as the team built new workflows, optimized organization and data, and created unique and innovative user experiences.

      Clary shares a Pulitzer Prize with The Seattle Times staff for the 2010 breaking news coverage of the Maurice Clemmons manhunt. She created a real-time collaborative project between journalists and readers, connecting them to public safety resources and information. It also served to debunk rumors or inaccurate reporting during the developing story. She also shares the 2016 Gannett Foundation Award for Technical Innovation with the Breaking News staff and a SPJ Northwest Excellence in Journalism award for her coverage of the 2010 winter Olympics.

      Clary graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder, with degrees in journalism and political science.