Ronald Henkoff

Ronald Henkoff is an award-winning journalist who for 16 years was the executive editor of Bloomberg Markets, a global business magazine with 391,000 readers in 150 countries. Under his leadership, the magazine received acclaim for its deeply reported narrative and investigative journalism, especially from emerging countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. As part of his job, Henkoff traveled regularly to Europe, Asia, and South America. The major prizes won by Bloomberg Markets include George Polk, Gerald Loeb, Robert F. Kennedy, John Chancellor, Maria Moors Cabot, Sigma Delta Chi, Overseas Press Club, Foreign Press Association (U.K.) and SOPA (Asia).

Before joining Bloomberg, Henkoff was a reporter and editor at Newsweek and Fortune. As Newsweek’s London-based European Economics editor, he covered business and government throughout Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. As Fortune’s Chicago bureau chief and a member of the magazine’s Board of Editors, he coved business and economics in the U.S. His work has twice been recognized by the Overseas Press Club, and he is the recipient of the Laurence Minard Editor Award, given to one outstanding editor annually in the field of business journalism.
Henkoff holds an M.A. in international history from the London School of Economics, an M.S. in journalism from Columbia University, and a B.A. in history from Carleton College.