Raju Narisetti is Managing Editor of The Washington Post where he is responsible for all of the Post's online/mobile content and strategy as well as Social, Engagement and Interactivity teams. He also manages its photo, graphics, video, and design teams. Prior to joining the Post in January 2009, he was the founding editor of Mint, a business daily newspaper and website in India, published by HT Media Ltd in collaboration with The Wall Street Journal. Earlier, he spent 13 years at The Wall Street Journal, where he was the Editor of The Wall Street Journal Europe and Deputy Managing Editor of The Wall Street Journal USA. He earned a BA in Economics and Sociology from Osmania University, Hyderabad, and a postgraduate diploma in Rural Management from the Institute of Rural Management, Anand. He also holds a postgraduate diploma from the Times of India School of Journalism, New Delhi, and an MA in Journalism from Indiana University. Raju is on the board of the World Editors Forum and is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum.
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