Managing editor Education: Brown University, BA in religious studies Cameron Barr has been a managing editor at The Washington Post since 2015, overseeing the organization’s eight news and features departments. Since joining The Post in 2004, he has been a Metro reporter, Middle East editor, National Security editor and National editor. Barr spent almost 15 years at the Christian Science Monitor, primarily as a foreign correspondent based in Tokyo and Jerusalem, and previously worked at the American Lawyer magazine and NBC News. He has won Overseas Press Club and Sigma Delta Chi awards, was a co-winner of the National Magazine Award and was a nominated finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2003 for his coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. He lives in Washington, D.C., with his partner, Shar Taylor, and his two teenage daughters. Honors & Awards:
Journalism, as an institution, is in no way immune from lapse or failure or malfeasance. But journalism has one thing over the Greek system -- a talent for introspection, sometimes for inquisition, played out in public, for all to see.