The Bulletin is thrilled to welcome John Pope as its first chief audience officer.
Formerly the associate director of the Peace and Security Collaborative at ReThink Media, Pope has collaborated with leading national security experts, organizations, and community advocates. His commitment to elevating experts’ and activists’ voices led him to hold a variety of government, nonprofit, and political campaign roles throughout his career. In addition to his dedication to the Bulletin’s topic areas, Pope has been a long-time follower of the Bulletin’s work.
“I’ve been an avid reader of the Bulletin for years and couldn’t be more excited to join the team,” said Pope.
At a time when the Bulletin’s audience is growing quickly, Pope will seek new ways to connect it to the Bulletin’s mission: to equip the public, policymakers, and scientists with the information needed to reduce man-made threats to our existence.
“I am thrilled to welcome John Pope as the Bulletin’s first chief audience officer,” said Rachel Bronson, president and CEO of the Bulletin. “A recognized leader in media relations and audience engagement, John will guide our highly-talented digital team, and help the Bulletin connect more meaningfully with our growing global audience.”
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Sad as we are to see him go, we are every bit as thrilled to see John take on this new role and challenge. The Bulletin couldn’t have found a better person for the job, and we look forward to working alongside the Bulletin and with John to raise public awareness of nuclear threats and build the demand for arms control and disarmament.