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Tahoe Daily Tribune announces new editor

Tribune staff report

The Tahoe Daily Tribune announces the arrival of its new Managing Editor, Mandy Feder.

Feder is a community-conscious, dedicated journalism professional who was responsible for four newspapers in Lake County, California.

She is the recipient of national awards for in-depth writing and ethics in journalism, as well as serving as a member of the journalism department advisory board for California State University, Chico.

During her tenure in Lake County she fostered community relationships with professionals in the fields of education, entertainment, tourism, health, law enforcement, fire, veterans affairs, the wine industry, politics, agriculture, environmental affairs and recreation.

Feder served as a judge for the Academic Decathlon as well as the annual quilt show. She supported young writers through mentoring and by creating the “Junior Journalist” column. She also participated in career workshops for the local high schools.

She collaborated with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) public information officer who wrote a popular monthly column to shed light on safety issues and California laws.

She held community information forums and made certain the publications served as mirrors of the communities.

Feder was a catalyst and a voice for the county, whose residents knew her by first name.

Her weekly “Ink Out Loud” column on the opinion page was a favorite feature and extended far beyond the the county.

Her freelance work can be found on the cover of Entrepreneur magazine and University Research magazine, among many other publications.

Feder welcomes community communication and looks forward to leading a team of competent, credible journalists to draft the area history accurately and interestingly.

Mandy Feder can be reached at 530-542-8006 or at mfeder@tahoedailytribune.com.

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