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Publisher
Stephen A. Geppi

President
Michael Teitelbaum

Chief Operating Officer and Executive Editor
Richard M. Basoco

Managing Editor
Max Weiss

Art Director
Amanda Laine White-Iseli

Managing Editor, Special Editions
Ken Iglehart

Food Editor
Jane Marion

Senior Editors
Ron Cassie
Lydia Woolever

Arts and Culture Editor
Lauren LaRocca

Style Editor
Lauren Bell

Digital Manager
Mike Smith

Digital Editor
Jess Mayhugh

Digital Production Designer
Aaron Hope

Digital and Social Media Producer
Meredith Herzing

Digital Staff Writer
Lauren Cohen

Digital Content Coordinator
Michelle Harris

Assistant Art Director
Danielle Dernoga

Production Manager
Jon Timian

Editorial Design Assistant
Molly Stallings

Art Director, Special Editions and Marketing
Staci Lanham

Advertising Design Director
Vicki Dodson

Senior Graphic Designer
Michael Tranquillo

Senior Advertising and Marketing Designer
Emily Odend'hal

Director of Photography
David Colwell

Rosebud Entertainment L.L.C.

Director of Finance and Business Development
Debbie Darmofal

Finance Manager
Zach Papesh

Circulation Manager
Sara Fox

Director of Integrated Advertising and Sponsorships
Sally Furlong

Director of Marketing and Audience Development

Amanda Brown

Events Manager
Allie Klein

Senior Account Managers
Michelle Coughlan
Jodi Hammerschlag
Stacey Lynn Ward-Munsell

Integrated Advertising Executives
Rachel Allen
Catherine Bailey
Michelle Kemp
Linda Mileto

Advertising Coordinator
Deborah Best

Office Manager
Sarah Harrington



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