Pamela Drucker Mann Becomes Condé Nast’s Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer

First woman to hold position at the publisher

Condé Nast will close Teen Vogue's print edition, in addition to another round of company-wide layoffs.
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Pamela Drucker Mann was promoted twice this year at Condé Nast.

Today, the company announced that Drucker Mann will become its chief revenue and marketing officer and will oversee ad sales efforts for all of its 22 brands, plus all industry and consumer marketing. She is the first woman to hold the position at Condé.

After forming the Food Innovation Group in 2014, which houses Bon Appétit (the magazine and multiple digital platforms), Epicurious (the website and app), The Farm (the branded content division), and the FIG Influencers Network (the blog connection), Drucker Mann became FIG’s CRO and publisher.

During her time at FIG, she doubled revenue in five years by expanding the brand’s video, digital and social networks and “effectively leveraged them for advertising partners,” said the company in a statement.

Earlier this year, Drucker Mann was named CMO of Condé Nast in a round of executive shakeups. Part of her tenure was her leadership of the Next Gen campaign, which highlighted the emerging voice and personalities at publications like Teen Vogue and GQ Style.

“These are editors who live and breathe their audience,” said Drucker Mann at the time. “They may not be the names you’re most familiar with from Condé, but you will be soon.”

Additionally, Josh Stinchcomb will partner with Drucker Mann on innovative client solutions and alternative revenue streams; he was previously chief experience officer for the company and has overseen its creative agency, 23 Stories, since it launched in 2015.

Drucker Mann will now report to Bob Sauerberg, Condé’s president and CEO. As a result of the changes, Jim Norton, the president of revenue and chief business officer, will be leaving the company.

“Pam is a fearless leader, true innovator and has demonstrated sales expertise across every media platform,” Sauerberg said in the company’s statement. “She understands the power and potential of our assets and how to effectively bring them to market at scale. During her tenure at FIG, Pam proved that premium content matched with data and insights produced across all media platforms is the most powerful combination for creating audience connections. Pam will bring that holistic approach to our portfolio of 22 iconic brands.”