The ultimate newswoman of business savoir-faire
Rosalind McLymont has been the editor-in-chief of The Network Journal since March 2003 and is the architect of the magazine’s business-savvy content. She also is the author of the highly acclaimed novel, “Middle Ground” (Beckham, 2006).
She has more than 20 years’ experience as a writer, speaker and adviser to small and medium-sized companies on global business issues. Fluent in French and Spanish, Rosalind has a master’s degree in journalism from New York University. Early in her career she was an international trade reporter, covering U.S., Latin American/ Caribbean, Asian and African trade for The Journal of Commerce, one of the oldest and most prestigious U.S. daily business papers owned at the time by The Knight-Ridder Corp. and subsequently by Britain’s Economist Group. She went on to become the newspaper’s first Black and female managing editor. During her 13-year tenure there, she was recognized for her work in the annual Media Guide to America’s top financial writers.
Rosalind is also a partner in McLymont, Kunda & Co., international business development strategists. She consults on business growth and directs conferences on international trade for clients such as the National Minority Business Council and the United Nations Development Program.
Rosalind has been a frequent guest commentator on CNNfn and on the National Minority Business Council’s “Business Report,” a monthly cable television show. She is a member of the New York Association of Black Journalists and was named a Woman History Maker by the Caribbean-American Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Most recently, she was honored by the New York Association of Black Journalists for her business features on Africa.