Pace named AP Washington chief of bureau; Promotions at Wall Street Journal Asia
The Associated Press has named Julie Pace Washington Chief of Bureau, with responsibility for directing coverage of the presidency, politics and the U.S. government. She joined AP in 2007 as a multimedia reporter.
At The Wall Street Journal, Serena Ng has been named finance editor for Asia, where she will oversee a team responsible for covering banking, M&A and markets from Japan to India. She began her career at the Journal with an internship in 2005 and is currently a senior reporter on the Journal’s financial enterprise team. David Crawshaw is the paper’s new world editor for Asia, responsible for political, economic and general news from the region. He’s been with the Journal since 2009, during which time he’s worked in New York, London and Hong Kong (twice). And Phred Dvorak is taking on a new role as senior reporter, Asia. She joined the paper in 1999 and has overseen its coverage of markets and finance in Asia since the beginning of last year, and before that, coverage of Asian companies and business trends. She was previously deputy bureau chief in Japan.