Henry Freeman’s 35 years experience as a newspaper manager includes stints as sports editor, executive editor and publisher. He is editor and vice president for news at The Journal News in White Plains, N.Y.
The newspaper, which covers New York City’s northern suburbs, was a 2004 Pulitzer Prize winner. He has been active in promoting care for newsroom staffs, particularly after Sept. 11, and was quoted in the Dart Center’s Tragedies and Journalists booklet. Freeman was founding sports editor of USA Today and President of APSE in 1987-88. He has also worked for newspapers in Athens, Ga., Greenville, SC, Wilmington DE, Oakland, CA and Bridgewater, NJ.