Hearst Publishing Company, founded in 1887 by William Randolph Hearst, is one of the largest media conglomerates in the world, owning over 360 print and digital media brands in more than 150 countries. From lifestyle to entertainment, business to fashion, and from sports to politics, Hearst has been catering to diverse readers across the globe.
Below is the list of Leaders at Hearst Publishing
Nina Garcia is the editor-in-chief of ELLE. She is the first Latina to lead a major American fashion title, and since she took the helm in September 2017, the brand’s footprint has never been larger. Nina oversaw a dynamic redesign that complements the magazine’s thought-provoking features and showcases fashion in the context of culture, winning Adweek’s Hottest Fashion Magazine in 2019. Her covers have made news well beyond the newsstand. In 2021, she was the recipient of the Media Award in Honor of Eugenia Sheppard from the CFDA. Nina is a graduate of Boston University and FIT.
As the editor of Cosmopolitan, Jess oversees the editorial for all of Cosmo's efforts across print, digital, video, and emerging platforms. Previously she served as the digital director of Marie Claire, where she tripled the readership, and she's held print and hybrid posts at Glamour and Teen Vogue. In 2013 she launched an interactive e-commerce platform for a fashion-tech startup, and in a former life she was a ballet dancer and NYU film student. She lives in Manhattan with her scruffy dog George.
Gayle King is the Editor at Large at Oprah Daily and co-host of CBS Mornings. When she's not on air, Gayle is diving into all things news, trending topics, and pop culture. Yet, her favorite job is being the mom to her favorite daughter, Kirby, favorite son, Will, and grandmother, or as she prefers it, Gaia to her favorite grandson Luca.
Tony Quiroga is an 18-year-veteran Car and Driver editor, writer, and car reviewer and the 19th editor-in-chief for the magazine since its founding in 1955. He has subscribed to Car and Driver since age six. "Growing up, I read every issue of Car and Driver cover to cover, sometimes three or more times. It's the place I wanted to work since I could read," Quiroga says. He moved from Automobile Magazine to an associate editor position at Car and Driver in 2004. Over the years, he has held nearly every editorial position in print and digital, edited several special issues, and also helped produce C/D's early YouTube efforts. He is also the longest-tenured test driver for Lightning Lap, having lapped Virginia International Raceway's Grand Course more than 2000 times over 12 years.
Bill Strickland is also the Rider-in-Chief of Bicycling. His equal passions for cycling and writing have led to the books Ten Points: A Memoir; Tour de Lance: The Extraordinary Story of Cycling’s Most Controversial Champion; Mountain Biking: The Ultimate Guide to the Ultimate Ride; and The Quotable Cyclist. His Bicycling story, “100 Pedal Strokes” won a National Magazine Award for Interactive Feature in 2008.
Editor-in-Chief Stellene Volandes is a jewelry expert, and the author of Jeweler: Masters and Mavericks of Modern Design (Rizzoli).
Rachel Barrett is the Editor-in-Chief of Country Living. She can't pass up a vintage seascape, drives an '89 Woody Wagoneer (that is, when it'll start), and hopes to buy you a lemonade at a future Country Living Fair.
Joanna Saltz is the current Editorial Director of Delish and House Beautiful, where she oversees all food and home content for both brands. From North Caldwell, NJ, Saltz has held editorial positions at Food Network Magazine, Seventeen, and The Knot. She describes herself as Captain Chaos—she loves her family, her Delish and House Beautiful teams, loud music, science-fiction movies, laughing, and making people happy.
Steele Marcoux is the Editor in Chief at VERANDA, covering design trends, architecture, and travel for the brand.
Richard Dorment is the editor in chief of Men’s Health, where he oversees all editorial content of the world’s largest men’s magazine across its print, web, social, and video platforms. Before joining Men’s Health in April 2018, he was an editor at Wired (where he focused on editing features on technology, science, culture, and business) as well as Esquire, where he spent nine years editing and writing features on culture, politics, fashion, and lifestyle. He lives in New York with his wife and three children, and he does not have six-pack abs.
Liz Plosser is the editor-in-chief of Women's Health. She's been passionately reporting and editing health, fitness, nutrition, sexual health, and mental health content for her entire career. She has a 360-degree outlook on the wellness world, having worked across platforms at print magazines (Self, Cosmopolitan), with video (CosmoBody), overseeing content and strategy for brands (Canyon Rach, SoulCycle) and as SVP of Content in the digital space (Well+Good).
Jane (she/her) began her career as an entrepreneur in the arts before applying her strategic and creative passions to a design, literature and culture magazine. Since then, Jane has helmed seven publications covering fashion, beauty, health, home, food and gardening, and now has the honor of overseeing GH, Woman’s Day, Prevention and Country Living. “I love my job at Good Housekeeping because I have the privilege of working with this extraordinary team and the opportunity to explore new content in subjects that inspire me,” she says.
Hearst also has a vast digital presence, with publications like Digital Spy and others.
In terms of international editions, Hearst has an extensive reach in many countries, including Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Philippines, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, UK, and US, among others.
Despite facing challenges in the industry due to the changing landscape of media consumption, Hearst continues to adapt and evolve to serve its loyal readers and reach new audiences.
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