Mary Ann Manley, the deputy editorial director at Bloomberg Environment, is leaving the company after almost 22 years.
On LinkedIn, Manley wrote, “I had the luxury of engaging in challenging and meaningful work that I loved, surrounded and supported by the best, smartest, funniest, most amazing people in the business.”
Manley was previously managing editor with Bloomberg BNA’s Environment, Health & Safety Division. She oversaw coverage and conducted analysis of environment, health and safety legal and policy developments.
She also plays a primary role in identifying speakers for national conferences, initiating strategic relationships and collaboration with national partners, and working on new product development.
Prior to joining Bloomberg, Manley worked at the U.S. Department of Justice, Environment and Natural Resources Division.
She received her bachelor of arts degree from American University and law degree from Widener University School of Law, and is a member of the District of Columbia Bar.