Warner Strausbaugh Joins The San Francisco Chronicle As Sports Designer


Warner Strausbaugh joined the San Francisco Chronicle creative team as a designer focusing on showcasing our sports content.

Strausbaugh will help plan and design the Sporting Green print section and execute digital designs for sports stories on SFChronicle.com.

“The Bay Area is home to some of the most successful and provocative sports teams in the country. We are delighted to have Warner, a talented visual journalist, to help us tell their stories in new ways, ”said Danielle Mollette-Parks, Creative Director of Chronicle.

Strausbaugh comes to The Chronicle from the Gazette, a publication serving the communities of Colorado Springs and Denver. He previously worked at Yuma Sun in Arizona and attended Oregon State University, where he was editor of the Daily Barometer.

“As a sports fan with connections to the Bay Area, I revere The Chronicle and Sporting Green from afar,” Strausbaugh said. “The opportunity to be a part of this team was one I couldn’t wait to jump on. “

Strausbaugh spent part of his early childhood in Pleasanton, where he developed his passion for baseball. He is excited to return to the Bay Area and explore all the great food, sightseeing, and sports the area has to offer.

About the San Francisco Chronicle
The San Francisco Chronicle (www.sfchronicle.com) is the largest newspaper in Northern California and the second on the West Coast. Acquired by Hearst Corporation in 2000, The San Francisco Chronicle was founded in 1865 by Charles and Michael de Young and received six Pulitzer Prizes for journalistic excellence. Follow us on Twitter at @SFChronic.


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