The New York Times has appointed Tuvia Lwowski as Senior Vice President, Talent Acquisition. Hanold Associates’ Lisa Butkus, Neela Seenandan, Mayank Parikh and Sarah Kennedy led the search for this role based in New York.
With more than 160 years of history, The New York Times is one of the most well-respected news sources in the world. The Times is home to the biggest and best properties in media including its iconic digital report and print newspaper, The Daily, Serial Productions and Wirecutter. The company serves a growing audience of over 130 million people around the world through an increasingly digital platform. . The New York Times is publicly traded on the NYSE as NYT, and currently has 4,500 employees. In 2020, its revenues were $1.78 billion, with digital subscriptions overtaking print for the first time.
Tuvia has over 15 years of TA leadership experience, previously serving as a Head of Talent Acquisition, Financial Advisory at Lazard, leading its talent acquisition function for the company’s Financial Advisory practice. As the Senior Vice President, Talent Acquisition at the Times, Tuvia will support the transformation of the company from a national print and ad revenue focused business to a global, digital subscription model by creating strategies to bring top talent to the company. Tuvia will report to Chief Human Resources Officer Jacqueline Welch while leading the TA function and playing a key role in the evolution of HR.