The New York Times
Julie Bloom is the Live editor at The New York Times where she oversees a team of reporters and editors that respond to big breaking news across a variety of subjects with hubs in New York, Seoul and London. She grew up on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Southern California. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley in 2002 and has a master's degree in Journalism from N.Y.U. with an emphasis on cultural criticism. Prior to The Times, she worked as an editor at Jane Magazine. She joined The Times in 2007 on the culture desk. She worked there as an editor for eight years, before being promoted to International Culture Editor for the international edition based in Paris. She then returned to New York in 2014 to become deputy weekend editor, before becoming a deputy on National where she oversaw multiple big breaking news stories, including the Las Vegas shooting, which was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in breaking news, coverage of California, as well as the trial of Derek Chauvin in Minneapolis. In addition she regularly writes for the culture section. She is also a member of the Metropolitan Opera Guild and has volunteered for Girls Write Now. She lives in Brooklyn and is most interested in working with young women who want to develop as journalists.