Elizabeth Ralph, Editor, POLITICO Magazine
Elizabeth Ralph came to POLITICO from Foreign Policy magazine in 2013, and was recently named Editor of Politico Magazine. For a decade, she has been responsible for some of the magazine’s most significant journalism and most loved articles, including helming a feature that was a finalist for the National Magazine Award. She led the magazine’s History Dept., one of its signature features. Most recently, she has been the architect of the new POLITICO Weekend newsletter and section, combining ambitious storytelling with distinctive regular features and political flair.
As editor and overseer of Women Rule for the past two years, she’s put her dazzling skills on display as a gifted moderator and an ambassador for the publication. During her tenure, Women Rule adopted an entirely new format and achieved higher levels of engagement and prosperity.
Ralph earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from Yale.
She spoke at the January 2023 training session.