The American Prospect Appoints New Publisher

Washington, D.C.—The American Prospect (www.prospect.org) announced today that Amy Lynn Marshall Lambrecht is returning to the magazine in the position of Publisher. Amy Lambrecht comes with a wealth of experience within nonprofit advocacy organizations, having spent over 25 years as a senior development professional at the Scholars Strategy Network, the Advancement Project, The Washington Monthly, Campaign for America’s Future, the Institute for Women’s Policy Research, and the Economic Policy Institute, as well as the Prospect, where Amy was instrumental in acquiring numerous large grants and gifts. She has a proven record of building and maintaining multi-million dollar revenue programs through fearless fundraising, innovative and creative thinking, and relationship-building and management. The American Prospect looks forward to Amy continuing her success.

Amy joins The American Prospect as Publisher to support the Prospect’s ongoing editorial success producing stellar print and online content on issues of democracy, economic security, racial equity, criminal justice reform, labor, and public education. Amy comments, “I am excited to start a new chapter with The American Prospect, and I look forward to working with this incredible team to further develop their already strong business and fundraising scope. I am fortunate to be returning to such a respected intellectual and political journal.”

Bob Kuttner, co-founder and co-editor, said, “Amy’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge will make her a key addition to The American Prospect family. We view her appointment as a sign of our continued commitment to being the leading magazine of practical progressive thought. We have just celebrated our 25th anniversary, and our content is stronger than ever. It is very fortunate that we were able to find someone of Amy’s caliber to fulfill this important business role. I’m confident that Amy will play a key role in identifying and implementing high quality fundraising and business solutions for the magazine.”

 

About The American Prospect

The American Prospect’s mission is summed up in the phrase “liberal intelligence” that runs under the magazine’s logo. The Prospect aims to advance liberal and progressive goals through reporting, analysis, and debate about today’s realities and tomorrow’s possibilities.

 

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Eliza Newlin Carney, Senior Editor, ecarney@prospect.org, 202-930-5720.

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