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| birth_place = New York City, United States| death_date = | death_place = | resting_place = | occupation = Director of the Institute for Government| language = | residence = | nationality = | citizenship = | education = St Paul's Girls' SchoolWestminster School| alma_mater = St John's College, Oxford| period = | genre = | subject = | movement = | notableworks = | spouse = | partner = | children = 1 daughter| relatives = | awards = | signature = | signature_alt = | years_active = | module = | website = | portaldisp = }}{{Use British English|date=November 2012}} Bronwen Maria Maddox (born 7 May 1963) is the director of the Institute for Government. She is a former foreign editor of The Times newspaper.

Early life and education

Bronwen Maria Maddox was born on 7 May 1963 in New York City{{citation needed|date=September 2019}} to British science writer John Royden Maddox, and American journalist and biographer Brenda Maddox.NEWS,weblink Print and broadcast, 12 January 2005, The Times, {{subscription}} Her younger brother is novelist and journalist Bruno Maddox.WHO'S WHO>PUBLISHER=A & C BLACKTITLE=SIR JOHN MADDOXACCESSDATE=2 SEPTEMBER 2019FIRST=BERNARD, Her early education was at the independent St Paul's Girls' School, and Westminster School in London. She then studied philosophy, politics and economics at St John's College, Oxford.

Career

Her first job after graduation in 1985 was as an investment analyst at the private equity firm Charterhouse Capital Partners. She left the company in 1986 to join the investment bank Kleinwort Benson, where she was promoted to director of their media investment team.Maddox became an investigative reporter for the newspaper Financial Times in 1991, and was later promoted to leader writer. While at the newspaper, she ran the paper's year-long investigation into the publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell. Five years later, she joined The Times newspaper, where she was initially the US editor and Washington Bureau Chief before becoming the foreign editor in 1999. Maddox wrote the book In Defence of America. In 2010, Maddox left the newspaper to became the chief executive and editor of the current affairs magazine Prospect.NEWS,weblink Bronwen Maddox to become chief executive and editor of Prospect, Deans, Jason, 27 October 2010, The Guardian, 8 January 2018, She resigned from the magazine on 20 June 2016.NEWS,weblink A final foreword—'Brexit', Prospect, Maddox, Bronwen, 20 June 2016, 2 September 2019, In September 2016, she became the director of the think tank Institute for Government.WEB,weblink Institute for Government appoints Bronwen Maddox as new Director, Institute for Government, 27 May 2016, 2 September 2019, She is also a non-executive board member of the Law Commission since 9 November 2016, the independent body set up by Parliament to review and recommend reform of the law in England and Wales.WEB,weblink Bronwen Maddox appointed Non-Executive Board Member, Law Commission, 9 November 2016, 2 September 2019, Since 2003, she has been a governor of the Ditchley Foundation and she is a former member of its council.WEB,weblink Ms. Bronwen Maddox, 2 September 2019, Ditchley Foundation, Maddox is a former member of the NGO Chatham House, and a former trustee of the Imperial War Museum.WEB,weblink St. John's College, Oxford, 2 September 2019, Bronwen Maddox,

Personal life

Maddox has one daughter.NEWS,weblink London Evening Standard, 2 October 2018, 2 September 2019, How K-pop became the soundtrack to our family life, Maddox, Bronwen, NEWS,weblink Prospect, 11 March 2015, 2 September 2019, Clarkson: Is this the end of the road for Top Gear?, Maddox, Bronwen,

Works

  • In Defence of America, London: Duckworth, 2009. {{ISBN|9780715637920}}, {{OCLC|403437723}}

References

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External links

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