The New Republic Makes Two Promotions | People on the Move — 8.3.17
Kiplinger's Personal Finance hires new senior editor, Susan Kaplow heads to Apartment Therapy Media, and much more...
“Sarah has become an invaluable member of the New Republic since joining our team last August,” says editor Eric Bates in a statement. “In addition to maximizing the visibility of our content across social platforms, her unique approach to political and cultural commentary has emerged as a integral part of our web coverage. From her insightful take on J.D. Vance to her stand-out review of The Handmaid’s Tale, she has developed a loyal following for her keen analysis and incisive writing. We look forward to featuring her as a prominent voice in the New Republic.”
The New Republic also promoted Eric Armstrong to social media editor. Armstrong formerly served as the organization’s social media intern.
Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move:
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance has hired Eileen Ambrose as senior editor. Ambrose most recently worked as senior editor and writer for the money team at AARP.
Susan Kaplow has been named chief content officer of Apartment Therapy Media. There, she will oversee content strategy for the brand’s sites Apartment Therapy and Kitchn. Kaplow heads to the new position from SheKnows Media, where she formerly served as chief content officer.
David Stuckey has been appointed VP of revenue at GQ and GQ Style, slated to start in early September. Stuckey formerly served as VP of revenue at Vogue.
Gizmodo Media Group announced Susie Banikarim as its new editorial director, where she will oversee Gizmodo, Deadspin, Jezebel, Kotaku, Lifehacker, Splinter and The Root. Banikarim most recently served as chief content officer for Vocativ, which terminated its entire editorial staff in mid-June.
Peter Lattman has been appointed vice chairman of The Atlantic. He was formerly an editor at The New York Times. In addition to his new role, Lattman will continue to serve as the managing director of media at Emerson Collective.
Baltimore Magazine has appointed Michael Teitelbaum as its president, where he will start on August 28. Most recently, Teitelbaum served as a managing partner at Right Source Marketing.
GIE Media, Inc. has promoted Brian Horn to editor of Lawn & Landscape, a B2B magazine. Horn formerly served as managing editor for the publication.
Corinne Perkins has been promoted to North America editor, Reuters Pictures, and will start in the beginning of September, overseeing both the U.S. and Canada teams. Perkins most recently worked in Toronto, as the organization’s online visuals editor.
Justine Bellavita has been named editor-in-chief of Vogue International, the first in the newly formed role. She most recently served as digital editor of Vogue Italia.
Vicky Ward is now an editor-at-large for HuffPost. She most recently worked at Town & Country in the same position.