For the Press

Cara Griffith Named President and CEO of Tax Analysts

August 22, 2017

Tax Analysts, the publisher of Tax Notes and the only independent, nonpartisan multimedia organization dedicated to fostering an open and informed debate on taxation, announced today that Cara Griffith was appointed president and CEO immediately by its board of directors. She replaces Christopher Bergin.

“We believe Cara is the right person to lead Tax Analysts into the future,” said Martin Lobel, chair of the board of directors. “We thank Chris for his service to our organization. He helped us build a solid foundation.”

“I am honored and humbled to be leading this organization and following in Chris’ footsteps,” said Griffith.  “We have a talented staff that is very dedicated to Tax Analysts’ mission. Together we will continue to deliver the high-quality journalism that our readers have come to expect.”   

Griffith has a unique combination of legal and editorial experience, along with great management acumen. In addition to having an outside legal tax career, she has worked her way up from reporter to editor to the management level.

Most recently, Griffith managed Tax Analysts’ editorial department, which includes managing and providing strategic guidance for its daily news publications, Tax Notes TodayState Tax Today, and Worldwide Tax Daily, and its weekly magazines, Tax NotesState Tax Notes, and Tax Notes International. She also regularly wrote a Tax Analysts blog and previously wrote for a broad range of tax policy publications, including State Tax NotesThe Tax AdviserThe Hedge Fund Law Report, and The Hill.

Griffith regularly speaks at tax conferences and other events on state tax issues as well as the need for transparency in tax administration. Griffith has a BA in political science and a BA in international studies from the University of Evansville and a JD from the George Washington University Law School.

For more information or to speak to Griffith, please contact Shannon Meraw at 703-531-4835 or