Peter Doucette was named The Boston Globe’s chief consumer revenue officer, effective Nov. 21. Doucette has been the Globe’s vice president of consumer sales and marketing for the past six years. He will still oversee the newspaper’s circulation, and the product and development teams will now report to him. Doucette began his newspaper career in 2007 as director of consumer marketing for the Globe. He helped create the separate site strategy for Boston.com and BostonGlobe.com. Before that, Doucette was vice president of marketing from 2000 to 2007 for Grand Circle Travel, a Boston-based leisure and travel company.
Jan has left The Boston Globe to begin a new beat Dec. 5 reporting
on the relationship between the economy and race for The Washington
Post’s Wonkblog. Jan began her journalism career in September
2000 as a crime and courts reporter at The Oregonian of Portland, Ore.
After four years, she left the Oregonian and began covering kindergarten
through grade 12 education for the Boston Globe. Most recently, Jan
covered national politics and health-care policy in the Globe’s
Washington, D.C., bureau. She studied morality and money in medicine
as a University of Michigan Knight-Wallace Fellow in the fall of 2014
and spring of 2015. Jan has won several awards for her reporting, including
a National Headliner Award for her coverage of Boston English High School
in 2008. Jan’s new beat at the Washington Post will be launched
from the Post’s business desk.
were written, at least in part, from published reports by Bulletin correspondent
Alejandro Serrano, an undergraduate student in the Northeastern University
School of Journalism.
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