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Dennis F. Giza is the Deputy Publisher of the Columbia Journalism Review (CJR), a national magazine for professional journalists published by Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, where he oversees the business operations and finances for the publication and website (www.cjr.org). Giza joined CJR in 1984 as the magazine’s Business Office Assistant and was promoted to a variety of posts before being named to his current position in 2003. Prior to working for CJR, Giza worked at the American Arbitration Association where he was the assistant supervisor of the labor tribunal in the New York office.
Giza was a member of the 1997-98 class of Leadership New York, a selective, year-long, public affairs and civic leadership program for mid-career professionals, sponsored by the Coro Foundation and the New York City Partnership and Chamber of Commerce. He was a cum laude, phi beta kappa graduate of Columbia College in the City of New York in 1981.
Giza lives in New York City where you often might see him running. On his third try, he finally reached his goal of finishing the 26.2 miles in under four hours (Chicago 2006).