Nancy Kaffer, a national award-winning columnist, has been named editorial page editor of the Detroit Free Press. Kaffer, 47, is the first woman in the newspaper’s 191-year history to hold that title.
In more than 10 years at the Free Press, she has been a columnist and member of the editorial board. She wrote about politics, policy and the complicated relationship between the two, from Detroit’s historic municipal bankruptcy to the backlog of untested sexual assault kits in Detroit to the Flint water crisis.
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