People on the Move
The New York Times finds a new T Magazine publisher and more...
The New York Times announced that Elizabeth Webbe Lunny is joining the company as VP, publisher of T Magazine. In this capacity, Lunny will oversee the luxury group and work in partnership with T editor in chief, Deborah Needleman.
Lisa Ryan Howard, senior vice president, advertising, The New York Times Company, said, “Elizabeth is a dynamic sales leader with an extensive background at premium media brands. Her experience in the fashion and luxury space combined with her digital and multimedia skills will be invaluable as we expand the T footprint and build compelling new opportunities for luxury advertisers.”
Lunny replaces Brendan Monaghan, who was appointed publisher and chief revenue officer for Condé Nast Traveler in November.
She most recently served as associate publisher of Women’s Health, and prior to that was ad director at Vogue, and associate publisher of WWD. Her earlier career was spent at Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue, including the launch of Teen Vogue.
Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move:
Paul Martinez will be joining FORTUNE as the brand’s new creative director. He has served as creative director or art director for a diverse collection of publications including Men’s Journal, Maxim, Marie Claire, GQ, and Bon Appetit.
Time Inc.’s Essence has tapped Julee Wilson as digital fashion and beauty director. Wilson comes to Essence from The Huffington Post where she held various jobs, including most recently as senior fashion editor.
Cosmopolitan.com has announced that Meghan McCain has joined the site as a contributing columnist. The daughter of the longtime senator from Arizona, McCain is the host of the nationally syndicated radio show, "America Now," which is part of the iHeartRadio Premiere networks radio family, and a regular contributor to the Fox News Channel.
Active Interest Media has announced that Tanya Faw Foster has joined the company as its newest sales representative. Foster was most recently a sales rep and new business development expert with IPA Connect.
Katy Bano has been promoted to associate publisher of DEPARTURES. She joined the brand in 2010 as advertising director.
Tremor Video has announced the hire of Andy Morley as managing director in the UK. Most recently, Morley was commercial director at Grapeshot.
Additionally, global experiential marketing agency GMR has made three major promotions:
Bryan Rasch, formerly GMR's chief digital officer, has been named chief innovation officer. Rasch, a digital marketing veteran, has been with GMR for seven years.
GMR also promoted both Cameron Wagner and Alex Beer, from SVP to EVP, client services. They’ll both lead GMR’s Client Services group in the United States.
Earlier this week, longtime editor-in-chief James Bennet departed The Atlantic to take over the editorial page at The New York Times.