365体育备用网址Senior Editor, The New York Times
Amy Zerba is the Senior Editor for Digital Storytelling and Training at the New York Times. Zerba teaches digital skills and alternative story forms at The New York Times. (Think explainers, Q&As, live briefings, by the numbers, etc.) Before this position, she was a senior staff editor on the Metro desk for five years, where she edited and produced breaking news, enterprise, investigative and only-in-New-York stories and columns. She started at The Times on the sports copy desk.
365体育备用网址Before moving to New York, she was an assistant professor at the University of Florida, where she taught courses in visual journalism and multimedia storytelling and mentored graduate students. She has also worked as a multimedia producer at CNN.com and as a copy editor/page designer at the Austin American-Statesman and Sun-Sentinel.
She holds a Ph.D. in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s in journalism at the University of Florida, where she worked at The Independent Florida Alligator. She lives in Manhattan with her family.