Martin Nisenholtz is currently a senior advisor for the New York Times Company and a Fellow at the Shorenstein Center at Harvard University. In December 2011, Mr. Nisenholtz retired from his full-time role at the New York Times Company where he had served since February 2005 as Senior Vice President, Digital Operations and was responsible for the strategy development, operations and management of its digital properties. Prior to that, and since 1999, Mr. Nisenholtz was Chief Executive Officer of New York Times Digital. In June 2001, Mr. Nisenholtz founded the Online Publishers Association (“OPA”), an industry trade organization that represents the interests of high-quality online publishers. Mr. Nisenholtz currently serves on the Board of Directors of Jostens Inc., Exelate, LLC, Real Match, LLC and Sulia, Inc.
Mr. Nisenholtz holds a Bachelor in Psychology degree from the University of Pennsylvania and an MA in Communications from the University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School of Communication.
Mr. Nisenholtz is a member of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee.