Resolve Philly’s Chief Programs Officer Steps Down

By/
Imahni Moise
Aparna Mukherjee speaking at the B'Future Festival

“I am deeply grateful for the experiences we've shared and the impact we've made together, leaving what I consider the best job I've ever had," said Aparna Mukherjee.

Resolve Philly’s Chief Programs Officer Steps Down
A Fond Farewell to Aparna Mukherjee as
Resolve Philly’s Chief Programs Officer Transitions to New Opportunities


PHILADELPHIA, PA, February 2, 2024 - Resolve Philly, a leading journalism organization, today announced the departure of its Chief Programs Officer, Aparna Mukherjee, effective February 13. 

In a heartfelt message, Mukherjee expressed deep gratitude for the invaluable experiences and meaningful relationships cultivated during her time at Resolve.

"It is with sadness that I am announcing my departure from Resolve Philly; however, I feel a profound sense of privilege and appreciation for having had the opportunity to work with this inspiring team and unmatched set of leaders. I believe that this collaborative, community-engaged, participatory newsroom with equity at its core is the future model for our industry,” said Aparna Mukherjee. “I am deeply grateful for the experiences we've shared and the impact we've made together, leaving what I consider the best job I've ever had. I can't wait to see how Resolve and Modifier continue to grow, and to champion their next successes."

During her tenure at Resolve, Mukherjee played a pivotal role in increasing efficiency, improving workflows, strengthening the organization’s community news program, and assisting in steering the strategic course of the organization. 

"We are truly grateful for the contributions Aparna has made at Resolve—supporting the organization in positioning ourselves as the newsroom of the future," said Jean Friedman-Rudovsky, Executive Director at Resolve. "She has been an inspiring leader, guiding our programs with passion and dedication."

Resolve will immediately begin the search for a new Chief Programs Officer, and in the interim, the responsibilities of the role will be divided amongst the organization's executive and senior leadership team.


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