Effective immediately, award-winning journalist Ingrid Ciprian-Matthews has been promoted to EVP of newsgathering for CBS News.
In this new role, Ciprian-Matthews will have editorial oversight for the network’s worldwide newsgathering, including all domestic and international bureaus.
In January, she was officially named EVP and CBS News Washington bureau chief, although she had stepped into the “acting” role in July 2020, leading campaign, conventions, presidential debates, Election Night coverage.
Ciprian-Matthews will maintain oversight of day to day D.C. bureau operations until a permanent Washington Bureau Chief is named.
She will eventually move back to New York, where she’ll be based for her new role.
Ciprian-Matthews has spent almost 30 years at CBS, working her way up the ladder to the executive ranks.
“Drawing on her years of experience leading teams from Washington to London to New York, Ingrid will be a tremendous asset in unifying CBS News’ newsgathering into one powerhouse operation,” said Neeraj Khemlani, president and co-head of CBS News and Stations.