Vandor hires Sarah DeVoll as President & CEO.
A+E Networks creates two new Editor-in-Chief positions; Lea Goldman is appointed Editor-in-Chief Lifetime & FYI and Tiffanie Darke joins as Editor-in-Chief A&E & HISTORY.
Target promotes Rick Gomez to EVP & CMO.
Following Funko’s acquisition of Underground Toys, founder Andy Oddie will lead the company’s operation as MD EMEA.
Silvergate Media appoints Jeff Farnath as CFO.
Hans Ulrich Stoef will continue to act as CEO of m4e after Studio 100 acquires the company.
RMS Intl. relocates its headquarters to Manchester, U.K. and opens a new local office in Australia. David Ireland joins the business as CEO for the Australia office.
Esdevium Games promotes Anil Boodho to Sales Director.
Condé Nast restructures its business, appointing Pamela Drucker Mann to CMO. Josh Stinchcomb is Chief Experience Officer, overseeing the licensing team, art and archive departments, integrated marketing (including 23 Stories), and leading the investment and creation of a new events and experiences business. Condé Nast’s brands will be organized into “collections” with former publishers re-titled as Chief Business Officers.
- Kim Kelleher oversees Glamour, Allure, Brides, Teen Vogue, and Self.
- Chris Mitchell leads Vanity Fair and W.
- Howard Mittman gets GQ, GQ Style, the Wired Media Group (Wired, Ars Technica, and Backchannel), Golf World, and Golf Digest.
- Susan Plagemann continues to oversee Vogue.
- Lisa Hughes runs The New Yorker.
- Giulio Capua oversees Architectural Digest, Condé Nast Traveler, and the Food Innovation Group (Bon Appétit and Epicurious).
The mediaco also replaces the Condé Nast Media Group with a collection of Chief Industry Officers to be overseen by Lisa Valentino, now Chief Revenue Officer, Industry & Agency.
- Brendan Monaghan is Chief Industry Officer Fashion & Luxury.
- Lucy Kriz heads Beauty.
- Chris Gibbons leads Telecommunications, Business & Finance.
Meanwhile, Connie Anne Phillips, Agnes Chapski, Michelle Myers, and Peter Hunsinger leave Condé Nast.
Black Diamond Equipment appoints Robert Fry as VP Merchandising.
Abercrombie & Fitch cuts 150 corporate positions at its Ohio headquarters in a bid to offset investments in ecommerce and marketing.