Bill Marimow serves as a Senior Advisor. A two-time Pulitzer Prize recipient, Bill was editor-in-chief of The Philadelphia Inquirer until 2017. Prior, he was editor-in-chief of The Baltimore Sun and the vice president of news for National Public Radio (NPR).
As a reporter at The Philadelphia Inquirer, he received Pulitzer Prizes for stories written with a partner on criminal violence by Philadelphia police, and again, for his investigation of the police K-9 unit. In his career, Bill also received two Silver Gavel Awards from the American Bar Association and two Robert F. Kennedy awards – the first for his work as reporter at The Philadelphia Inquirer, and the second for his work at NPR.
After leaving his role as editor-in-chief, he served as vice president of strategic development of The Philadelphia Inquirer.
Bill is a graduate of Trinity College, studied First Amendment law at Harvard Law School as a Nieman Fellow and received an honorary doctorate degree from Trinity College. He has given commencement addresses at Trinity College and the University of Maryland in College Park. His wife, Diane, teaches at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and produces her own sculpture. He has two children – Ann, a reporter at The Washington Post, and Scott, the managing director of private equity firm Providence Equity Partners.Back to Team