Kate Tomlinson, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, New Jersey Monthly

 

 

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Kate Tomlinson
Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, New Jersey Monthly

 

Kate Tomlinson is Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of New Jersey Monthly. She has served on the boards of several nonprofit organizations, including the Women’s Association of NJPAC, the Overlook Hospital Foundation, the Drew University Board of Visitors, Preschool Advantage, the Morris County Tourism Bureau, CASA of Morris and Sussex Counties, and the City and Regional Magazine Association.

 

Before joining New Jersey Monthly, Ms. Tomlinson pursued a career in public service and consultancy, focusing on Soviet economics and East-West trade. She worked on Capitol Hill, both as a congressional aide and as a researcher for organizations advising Congress, and for the Federal Government, as an economist at the U.S. International Trade Commission. Ms. Tomlinson has also managed a private consultancy whose clients included Congress’ Office of Technology Assessment and Wharton Econometric Forecasting Associates.

 

Ms. Tomlinson holds a BA from the Radcliffe College of Harvard University and a Master’s from the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies in Washington, D.C. She lives in Summit with her husband, Roger Labrie, and son.

 

 

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