The Rafael del Pino Foundation and the Faculty of Communication of the University of Navarre have organised the Jill Abramson Keynote Lectureformer editor of the New York Times, on 12 February 2015. The event took the form of a dialogue between the guest speaker and Mónica Herrero, Dean of the Faculty of Communication at the University of Navarra.
Jill Abramson was editor of the New York Times from September 2011 to May 2014. She studied literature at Harvard University and has taught at Princeton University. She was a reporter for Time (1973-1976), The American Lawyer (1977-1986) and The Wall Street Journal (1988-1997). She was the first woman to head the New York Times in its more than 160-year history. During her tenure, she restored its status as "the world's most influential newspaper"; won eight Pulitzer Prizes; launched new apps; and spearheaded landmark digital projects, such as the multimedia feature Snowfall. In 2012, Forbes magazine ranked her as the 5th most powerful woman in the world and Foreign Policy magazine included her among the 500 most influential people in the world.
His next project is generating a lot of expectation in the international journalistic sphere. For the moment, it is only known that it will be a startup in the world of information, that it will publish very few works, but of high quality, and that it will prioritise research.