Meet The Editor In Chief Of POPSUGAR - Sade Strehlke Whose Looking for New Voices

Meet The Editor In Chief Of POPSUGAR - Sade Strehlke Whose Looking for New Voices

Do you know Sade Strehlke? She's the New Editor In Chief at POPSUGAR and She's Looking for New Voices!

Sade Strehlke has nearly a decade of digital editorial experience grounded in women’s lifestyle and politics. Strehlke most recently served as Digital Content Director of SHAPE Magazine where she was responsible for conceiving and managing all on-site, social and e-commerce content. Prior to this, Strehlke was Health & Wellness Director for Refinery29 where she reimagined the health & wellness vertical to engage younger millennial and Gen-Z readers. Prior to Refinery29, Strehlke was the Deputy Lifestyle Editor at TIME, and before that, she held editorial positions at Teen Vogue and the Wall Street Journal Magazine.


At POPSUGAR, Sade Strehlke as Editor-in-Chief. Strehlke will lead the editorial voice, vision, and programming across the entire POPSUGAR brand, overseeing best-in-class content strategy and setting the future creative course for the business. Strehlke will report to POPSUGAR’s President, Angelica Marden, and will be based in Group Nine’s New York headquarters.

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PopSugar is Looking for New Voices!

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POPSUGAR is looking for passionate, talented writers and experts to create content. As a POPSUGAR contributor, you will inspire women to lead their happiest, healthiest lives on a platform that promotes their diverse experiences.

POPSUGAR Voices allows you to share your passions and ideas with millions of our readers. It’s simple — we provide you with all the tools you need to get your story published and connect with our community. Plus, you can make money writing about what you love!

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