Fulenwider is stepping down after seven years at the helm of the Hearst publication.
"In order to stay relevant, we need to be on top of sustainability practices," says editor-in-chief Anne Fulenwider.
And how different her management style is from past bosses, Graydon Carter and Joanna Coles.
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Well, there's no shortage of changes going round the editorial world today. On the heels of news that Conde Nast has eliminated 60 positions, come reports of more editorial shakeups--this time at Hearst.
When news broke yesterday that Marie Claire Editor in Chief Joanna Coles was making the switch to Cosmopolitan, we wondered what exactly the newly-min
Well, that was fast. Just hours after announcing that current EIC Joanna Coles would be moving to Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire has named her replacement. Anne Fulenwider, who has been editor-in-chief of Brides since October 2011, will take the reins at Marie Claire. This is not the first time Fulenwider has worked with the Marie Claire team; prior to her role as EIC of Brides, Fulenwider worked for two years under Coles as executive editor of the mag.