Kassie Means has been named publisher and chief revenue officer of Woman’s Day. Means most recently carried the same role, overseeing Country Living. Prior to her time at Country Living, Means held a variety of positions at Cooking Light from 1996 to 2010. She most recently served as the magazine’s vice president and associate publisher.
“Kassie is known as a women’s lifestyle specialist and has strong relationships with key marketers in the category,” said Patricia Haegele, senior vice president, publishing director and chief revenue officer of Hearst Magazines, in a statement. “She will bring leadership, knowledge, and creativity to her new position, and, working closely with Editor in Chief Susan Spencer, ensure Woman’s Day’s continued growth.”
Means’ appointment is effective immediately.