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  • Editor-in-Chief Roma Hadzewycz joined The Weekly staff full-time in February 1977. After serving as editorial assistant, assistant editor and editor, she was named editor-in-chief in May 1980. She holds a B.A. in journalism and psychology from New York University and an M.A. in journalism with a concentration in politics, also from NYU. She has edited the four books released by The Ukrainian Weekly: "The Great Famine in Ukraine: The Unknown Holocaust" (1983, second edition -1988; edited by Roma Hadzewycz, George Zarycky and Marta Kolomayets), "The Ukrainian Weekly 2000" - Volume I, 1933-1969 (2000; edited by Roma Hadzewycz and Irene Jarosewich) and Volume II, 1970-1999 (2001) and "Ukraine Lives!" (2002). Ms. Hadzewycz served as an advisor of the Ukrainian National Association for two and a half terms, 1990-1998, and 2000-2002.

  • Matthew Dubas officially joined The Ukrainian Weekly staff as an editor as of June 20, 2006. A graduate of Montclair State University in New Jersey, Mr. Dubas holds a bachelor's degree cum laude in history; he minored in Russian area studies. He is a member of the Ukrainian American Youth Association (SUM) and is a talented musician who plays a mean accordion. Mr. Dubas performs with the New York-based Chornozem band, and also as a solo artist.

  • Editor Zenon Zawada of the Kyiv Press Bureau joined The Weekly's staff in February 2005. He earned a B.A. in international relations from American University in Washington in May 1998 with a minor in communication. Prior to joining The Weekly, he was a business reporter for The Ledger in Lakeland, Fla., and the Winston-Salem Journal in North Carolina, an assistant business editor at the Gaston Gazette in North Carolina and economics reporting intern for Bloomberg News in Washington.


  • Awilda Rolon, The Weekly's lone typesetter and back-up layout person, joined the staff in December 1980. She has been with The Weekly ever since, taking on more and more duties, including the role of coordinator of The Weekly's annual scholarship issue. She also prepares materials that appear on The Weekly's archive homepage - a mammoth task that includes typesetting materials published prior to The Weekly's computerization.

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