Brad Kagawa

VP Technology, Content Management Systems
The New York Times

Brad Kagawa is the Vice President of Technology for the New York Times Company, responsible for publishing and content management systems and managing a team of over 50 engineers, project managers, and systems analysts.

His first responsibility at the Times 9 years ago was to oversee the implementation of a new content management system that has evolved from being the web publishing platform to the system used for almost all editorial engagement with Times content: story assignment and planning, copy editing, photo editing, metadata management, and both print and digital production.

Prior to being at the Times, Brad was a software engineer and project manager with Roundarch, specializing in custom and vendor content management system implementations at various clients.

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