David Walmsley

Editor-in-Chief, The Globe and Mail

David Walmsley is the editor-in-chief of The Globe and Mail, based in Toronto. He is the deputy president of the World Editors’ Forum, the leading global community of editors, and the creator of World News Day, a global day of awareness involving more than 500 newsrooms on five continents focused on explaining how journalism can make the world a better place. Walmsley began his career as a news reporter in 1992. He is a trustee of the Arthur F. Burns Fellowship, which supports mid-career journalists in their understanding of Germany, the US, and Canada.  


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