A. H. Belo Corporation has promoted Katy Murray to executive vice president, reflecting a broader role she has taken on at the parent company of The Dallas Morning News.
Murray, 51, who is also chief financial officer, joined A. H. Belo in April 2015 from SourceHOV, where she was CFO. Prior to that, Murray held top executive accounting jobs at several multinational public software and service companies.
“Katy’s role has grown significantly over the past 18 months as we have combined the company’s strategic planning and ongoing operations into a single decision-making structure,” A. H. Belo CEO Robert W. Decherd said in a statement. “The board and I have great confidence in Katy’s judgment, founded on diverse experience over her 25-year career.”
Outside of A.H. Belo, Murray serves as treasurer of the board of directors at Downtown Dallas Inc. and treasurer of Dallas Morning News Charities, the company’s charitable arm.