Alice Gabriner returns to TIME from National Geographic where she’ll serve as international photo editor. She left the magazine in 2009 to become the director of photography at the White House. Prevention’s Mandy Oaklander joins the magazine as a writer and editor for its health team. And recent Yale grad Jack Linshi will serve as a breaking news reporter and homepage editor.
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Time Mag’s Alice Gabriner, Rick McKay from Cox Newspapers’ Washington bureau, Jennifer Poggi from U.S. News & World Report, Chuck Kennedy of McClatchy-Tribune News Service and AP’s Lawrence Jackson are all slated to join the WH photo office.