Retro Report Board
GHP Recruits Board Members for Retro Report
Greenwich Harbor Partners was recently retained to partner with Retro Report in order to expand their Board of Advisors. Retro Report’s mission is to arm the public with a more complete picture of today’s most important stories. Retro Report corrects the record, expose myths and provide historical context to the fast-paced news of our world today using investigative journalism and narrative storytelling. GHP recruited Todd Larsen, President of the Global Nexis Solutions division of LexisNexis, Justin Nyweide, Founding Partner and co-CIO of HMI Capital, and Alexandra Wallace, EVP and Head of Media & Content at Yahoo!.
Todd Larsen is the president of the global Nexis Solutions division of LexisNexis. Prior to LexisNexis, Todd was the CEO of Blurb, a digital publishing platform, president of the news, sports, and entertainment groups at Time Inc., and president of Dow Jones & Co. At Dow Jones, he oversaw the business operations of The Wall Street Journal and he played a pivotal role in establishing a successful paid business model for the Journal’s digital editions. Todd holds a BA from Colgate University and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

Justin Nyweide is a Founding Partner, co-CIO, and member of the Investment Committee at HMI Capital. HMI is an investment management firm based in San Francisco and Boston with over $5 billion in assets that invests globally in technology, media, and financial services companies. Prior to HMI Capital, Justin served as a Principal at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. (KKR) and as an associate at GTCR Golder Rauner. He holds an AB in History from Harvard University.
Alexandra Wallace is the Executive Vice President and Head of Media & Content at Yahoo!. Previously, she was Senior Vice President of NBC News and executive in charge of Today and Meet the Press. She was also previously the Executive Producer of Nightly News and Rock Center. She has worked with Google, Mic, and The Wall Street Journal. Alex holds a BA in English Literature from Columbia University.
Retro Report’s mission is to inject context into today’s news cycle. Retro Report was launched in 2013 to serve as a counterbalance to the 24-hour news cycle, acknowledging the problem that the incentives driving the news industry were no longer aligned with the public good. Using investigative reporting and narrative storytelling, our 250 short documentaries have reached tens of millions of viewers through multiple distribution channels, including longstanding partnerships with The New York Times and The New Yorker. We’ve also partnered with Vox, PBS Frontline, Time Magazine, Politico, The Atlantic, NewsHour, Univision, NBC News and others. We’ve recently expanded our reach with prime-time television series on PBS and Vice TV and maintain an active following on YouTube and our social channels. We’ve been recognized with an Emmy Award, multiple Edward R. Murrow Awards, Webbys, a Gerald Loeb Award and others.
Carrie Pryor
Founder & Managing Partner
Carrie Pryor founded Greenwich Harbor Partners in 2010 to pursue senior executive and board member recruiting in media, technology, and business services. She has completed over 500 senior executive and board searches for CEO and c-suite executives.

Prior the Greenwich Harbor Partners, Carrie was a senior Managing Director with Korn Ferry and Spencer Stewart. She has an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley and a BA in Chinese Studies from the University of Michigan
Ted Pryor
Managing Director
Ted Pryor joined Greenwich Harbor Partners in 2011 and has completed over 100 senior executive and board member searches. Since joining GHP, he has concentrated in CFO, CMO, CDO, CTO and board searches.

Prior to Greenwich Harbor Partners, he was CEO of LifeOptions, a specialty financial services business. Previously he had been a senior banker with GE Capital in transportation, Prudential Securities and Bank of America. He has an MBA from Columbia University and a BA in Economics from the University of California, Santa Cruz
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