The American Prospect Hires Amy Lynn Marshall Lambrecht as Publisher

It's a return to the magazine for Lambrecht.

Amy Lynn Marshall Lambrecht, who once served as vice president of development at The American Prospect, returns to the publication as its publisher.

Since leaving the Prospect in 2002, Lambrecht has served in a number of upper-level roles, including as vp of development at the Washington Monthly and director of development at George Mason University. Most recently, she was the director of development at the Scholars Strategy Network.

“Amy’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge will make her a key addition to The American Prospect family,” said co-founder and co-editor Robert Kuttner in a statement. “We view her appointment as a sign of our continued commitment to being the leading magazine of practical progressive thought. We have just celebrated our twenty-fifth anniversary, and our content is stronger than ever.”

Lambrecht said in a statement that she was “excited to start a new chapter with The American Prospect, and I look forward to working with this incredible team to further develop their already strong business and fundraising scope.”