The Cut senior editor Adrienne Green has been promoted to features editor at New York Magazine. Green joined the magazine just last year 2019, having previously been managing editor at The Atlantic and has already landed a "Features" position with decision-making power.
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She’ll continue to edit for The Cut while also working across the full site and print magazine.
The Cut’s president and editor-in-chief Stella Bugbee announced just last year that Adrienne Green and Kerensa Cadenas are joining the Cut as senior editors, with Sangeeta Singh-Kurtz coming on as a senior writer. Green will oversee bigger projects across the site, focusing on culture and politics;
extremely extremely excited about this dream of a job (and to return to a city with proper pizza and bagels)!!! https://t.co/ozLIrCWiA4— Adrienne Green (@AdrienneNGreen) October 9, 2019
Adrienne Green (@adriennengreen) joined from The Atlantic, where she was managing editor and, prior to that, an assistant editor. In her time at The Atlantic, she helped oversee the editorial workflow and feature assignments for the print magazine, including special issues on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the crisis facing American democracy. She also reported on culture and politics and often moderated live events. She received her B.S. in journalism from Ohio University.