Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews, who was promoted to EVP at CBS News in February 2018, is moving on to a new executive role.
As part of a management restructuring by incoming CBS News president Susan Zirinsky, Ciprian-Matthews will become EVP of strategic professional development.
In her new position, she’ll focus on recruitment and talent development, working closely with the CBS News HR department.
A 25-year CBS News veteran, Ciprian-Matthews has worked her way up the ranks. She has held multiple positions within the company, including SVP of news administration, foreign editor, senior broadcast producer for the CBS Evening News and Deputy Bureau Chief of the London Bureau.
Before joining CBS News in 1993, Ciprian-Matthews worked at CNN.
A native of the Dominican Republic, she started her career as a general assignment reporter for NPR’s Spanish-language news program “Enfoque Nacional.”