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Young Audiences Editor, The Wall Street Journal
Dory Carr-Harris is the Young Audiences Editor at The Wall Street Journal where she edits the digital publication WSJ Noted. She is focused on making journalism more accessible, informative, and emotionally impactful across platforms, as well as maintaining quality in our constantly changing digital media ecosystem.
Prior to joining The Wall Street Journal, she was the executive editor of VICE.com where she ran the newsroom, overseeing everything from major editorial projects, investigative features, to daily story selection. She also wrote the journalistic ethics and policy guidelines for the newsroom, and is incredibly proud of creating and developing a network of young journalists who reported on issues that mattered to them on Instagram and Snapchat. Her absolute favorite thing to do, though, was guest-host the daily podcast.
Before that she had a very diverse career working as the managing editor of a fast-paced innovation news site, a consultant for the Wikimedia Foundation, an associate editor at Doubleday Canada, and a reporter and fact checker and Toronto Life magazine and Torontoist.
She is a proud member of the 2019 ONA Women’s Leadership Accelerator and the inaugural cohort of 50 Women Can Change the World in Journalism. She is a graduate of McGill University and holds a Masters in Cultural Studies from Goldsmiths, University of London.