The Philadelphia Inquirer Selects TCG for Director of Labor Relations Search

PHILADELPHIA, PA – The Philadelphia Inquirer, the oldest daily newspaper, has selected The Christopher Group to lead their Director of Labor Relations search. Managing Director, Pam Noble and Managing Partner, Ayla Maloney are leading the critical search. Ayla Davis

“We are honored to partner again with the Philadelphia Inquirer on this critical search”, said Pam Noble. “This opening is a great human resource leadership opportunity for someone to work with the third-oldest daily newspaper in the United States that carries a rich deeply-rooted history.”

To learn more about this opportunity and/or The Christopher Group, please contact Ayla Maloney at

About Philadelphia Inquirer

The Philadelphia Inquirer is a digital and print media publishing company, owned by a non-profit, the Lenfest Institute, which has a strong focus on 3 pillars: Diversity in Journalism, High Impact Journaling, and Technology Innovation. While The Philadelphia Inquirer was founded in 1829 and has the 3rd – oldest continually operating daily newspaper in the United States, they continue to modernize and stay relevant through digital transformation. The Inquirer has the 18th largest average weekday U.S. newspaper circulation and has won 20 Pulitzer Prizes.

About The Christopher Group

Through its award-winning, customized HR solutions, The Christopher Group (TCG) delivers critical human capital solutions in the area of executive HR search, interim HR leaders, HR consulting, and bench building. Since 1998, TCG has served clients across all industries, locations, company sizes, and verticals. Staffed by former HR professionals and highly trained search practitioners who have sat in the job, TCG has been named one of the Fastest-Growing and Best Non-Profit and Diversity Executive Recruiting Firms by Hunt Scanlon as well as Forbes’ 2019, 2020, & 2021 list of America’s Best Executive Recruiting Firms.