Bill Marmon is currently managing editor of the online journal of the European Institute. The institute is a 25-year-old think tank, based in Washington, D.C., dedicated to improving trans-Atlantic communication through its website, speaker programs and seminars. Prior to coming to the European Institute, Marmon had careers in journalism and law.
In journalism, Marmon was for 11 years staff correspondent and bureau chief at Time magazine, based in bureaus around the world, including New York (United Nations), Jerusalem, Saigon, Bangkok, Boston, San Francisco and Los Angeles. (He also lived in Thessaloniki, Greece, for a year.)
In law, after clerking for U.S. Federal District Judge Albert Bryan Jr., he worked for a Washington law firm, Wilmer, Cutler and Pickering (now WilmerHale) and then for MCI Telecom (now Verizon), based in Washington and Singapore, where he was general counsel for Asia.
Marmon is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Virginia Law School and lives with wife, Lucretia, in Chevy Chase, Maryland.