With the upcoming retirement of Random House senior v-p and deputy publisher Tom Perry, publisher Andy Ward has announced the following editorial leadership changes.

Ben Greenberg has been promoted to v-p and editor-in-chief of Random House. Greenberg joined RH from Grand Central in 2016, and has since edited such titles as Prince Harry's Spare, Jia Tolentino's Trick Mirror, Hanif Abdurraqib's A Little Devil in America, Bob Odenkirk's Comedy Comedy Comedy Drama, and Ali Wong's Dear Girls, as well as the last four books by Brené Brown. His forthcoming titles include a horror anthology from Jordan Peele, a novel by Halle Butler, and nonfiction by Patti Smith, Jaboukie Young-White, Harron Walker, Anna Konkle, and Emily Nussbaum. In his new role, Greenberg will lead the RH editorial team and report to Ward.

Hilary Redmon has been promoted to v-p and editorial director of nonfiction, succeeding Greenberg. In her eight-year tenure at RH, she has acquired such books as Educated by Tara Westover, An Immense World by Ed Yong, Saving Time by Jenny Odell, and Lost & Found by Kathryn Schulz. Her forthcoming titles include books by Clint Smith and Diane Ackerman.

Alison Rich will join the group as senior v-p and deputy publisher of Random House and Hogarth, effective October 2. Rich has led PRH's author development team for the past eight years, overseeing the Author Portal, the Author University program, Out of Print, and the Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau. Previously, she spent more than 20 years in publicity at Doubleday and then Knopf Doubleday.

And Rachel Rokicki has been promoted to the newly created role of v-p and publishing director of backlist and Modern Library, where she will acquire new frontlist titles and resurface backlist titles.