As The Washington Post's director of newsroom product, I lead teams that create and manage major areas of coverage for readers and digital tools for journalists. (See my recent projects.)
Highlights from my 15 years at The Post:
Led digital strategy and production for the 2018 midterm elections.
Co-founded the Coral Project, a $3.9 million partnership with The New York Times and Mozilla that created open-source commenting software.
Led The Post’s push for greater transparency to enhance reader trust.
Created more than a dozen interactive tools for the Post newsroom.
Hired an international team of editors and led the editorial development of experimental personalized news sites Trove and Washington Post Social Reader.
Helped develop the Express newspaper as its deputy editor.
Helped guide The Post’s evolution to a digital-first newsroom.
Outside my work with The Post, I serve as a Coral Project adviser and I give trainings to journalists in developing countries as part of the World Association of Newspapers' media development brain trust.
I'm an avid traveler and amateur photographer. A few shots from my Instagram are below.
Think lithely, step lively: Greg Barber on newsroom tools at the Washington Post (Global Editors Network)
'Ego is a liability in the newsroom' – Q&A with Greg Barber (journalism.co.uk)