The Washington Post is restructuring its senior editorial management team under the leadership of Executive Editor Sally Buzbee.
Cameron Barr, currently managing editor for news and features at the Post, will become the outlet's senior managing editor, overseeing the Post's daily online and print coverage. Kat Downs Mulder, the outlet's current managing editor for digital, will move to a joint role as chief product officer and managing editor.
Krissah Thompson, whom the newspaper tapped last year to serve as its first-ever managing editor for diversity and inclusion, will take on an expanded role to include oversight of the features department and the climate and environment team.
The reshuffling of the newspaper's masthead was announced in a memo from Buzbee to newsroom staff on Tuesday morning.
"These changes will help ensure that we are focused on producing more of the revelatory journalism for which The Post is known, and help ensure that we can present that journalism in the most innovative ways possible," she said. "I deeply appreciate the input and ideas that so many of you have shared since I began this job and hope these new assignments and roles will continue to provide the support that you, our talented journalists, deserve and need."