U.S. News & World Report Names New Branded Content Managing Editor

New role for U.S. News veteran Jada Graves.

Jada Graves, an eight-year veteran of U.S. News & World Report, has been named managing editor of BrandFuse, U.S. News & World Report’s branded content shop. As managing editor, Graves will be responsible for all sponsored content. Prior to this appointment, Graves was the careers project manager, in charge of career-related content like U.S. News’ Best Jobs lists.

Graves’ “years of experience as both an editor and a manager at U.S. News give her a unique understanding of the brand that will serve advertisers well as they engage audiences within the U.S. News platform,” said publisher and chief advertising officer Kerry Dyer in a release. Since BrandFuse’s inception in 2012, those advertisers have included The National Guard, Boston Children’s Hospital and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, as well as Chevron.