From January 2023, the new team at the helm of Le Temps consist of Madeleine von Holzen, Editor-in-Chief since January 2021, and three Deputy Editors-in-Chief: Laure Lugon Zugravu, Vincent Bourquin and Grégoire Nappey, in office since summer 2022. Paris correspondent Paul Ackermann remains deputy editor-in-chief.
Two-time book author Laure Lugon Zugravu is currently a journalist in the Geneva section of Le Temps. Prior to that she worked for La Liberté, Le Nouveau Quotidien, L'illustré, Le Matin and Bilan active.
Vincent Bourquin, currently head of the Swiss section of Le Temps, has been working at the newspaper since 2020. Previously, he worked for twelve years at RTS Radio, where he was parliamentary correspondent in Bern for seven years and later became deputy editor-in-chief. In addition, he had, among other things, seven years at 24 Heures worked.
Serge Michel, who is working with great commitment on the implementation of the new editorial strategy at Le Temps is leaving the editorship and will in the future concentrate 100 percent on the Heidi.news dedicate.