A media company for the future
What We Do.
Condé Nast is a global media company that produces some of the world’s leading print, digital, video and social brands.
These include Vogue, GQ, The New Yorker, Vanity Fair, Wired and Architectural Digest (AD), Condé Nast Traveler and La Cucina Italiana, among others.
Our colleagues and collaborators bring big ideas to life, through intelligent storytelling with a diverse point of view underscores all that we do. Each month our video content generates more than 1 billion views. We reach 83 million consumers in print, 402 million in digital and 474 million across social platforms.
Headquartered in New York and London, Condé Nast operates in 32 markets including China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico and Latin America, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, the U.K. and the U.S., with additional license partners throughout the world.
In addition to the premium content for which we are known, we also produce incomparable experiences and events; including the Metropolitan Museum of Arts Costume Institute Gala, the Condé Nast Luxury Conference, The New Yorker Festival, the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit, Wired Next Fest Italy, GQ Men of the Year, the GQ Suit Walk Taiwan, Glamour Shopping Week, the Vogue India Wedding Show and Vogue Forces of Fashion.
Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE) is our award-winning production and distribution studio that launched in 2011. It extends the company’s reach through the development of original content across film, television, social and digital video and virtual reality.
We have ventures in education including the Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design in London, the Condé Nast College in Spain and La Cucina Cooking School in Italy. We also run a world-class hospitality division, which extends to branded products and content.
We know that conversation, community and diversity make us better at what we do. Our Social Talent Academy, founded by Condé Nast Italy, fosters and mentors digital influencers with expertise in a range of fields including fashion, beauty, sport, travel and automotive.
We inform in new and compelling ways, creating beautiful, visually arresting moments that offer new perspectives, and new forms of self-expression.
At Condé Nast, we celebrate the extraordinary. Creativity and imagination are the lifeblood of all that we do.
We are a media company for the future, with a remarkable past. We are Condé Nast.
Copyright © Left: Our New York HQ inside One World Trade, Right: Our London HQ inside The Adelphi
Copyright © Our New York HQ inside One World Trade
Copyright © Our London HQ inside The Adelphi
Our Executive Leadership Team
Chief Executive Officer
Roger Lynch was appointed CEO of Condé Nast in April 2019. Prior to that, Lynch served as President and CEO of Pandora, the U.S.’s largest music streaming service. Previously, he was the founding CEO of Sling TV, the No. 1 U.S. over-the-top television service. He also served in Europe as Chairman and CEO of Video Networks International, Ltd., an IPTV technology company, and as President and CEO of Chello Broadband N.V. Lynch currently serves on the Board of Directors of Condé Nast, Mattel, Inc., LLC and the Partnership for New York City. He is also a member of the Board of Overseers of the Tuck School at Dartmouth College and the Board of Councilors of the Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences at the University of Southern California. He received his Master of Business Administration with the highest distinction from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and his Bachelor of Science in Physics from the University of Southern California.
Chief Product and Technology Officer.
Sanjay Bhakta oversees all areas of Condé Nast's global technology strategy, services and product development, including product management, UX design and engineering. He brings extensive experience in building direct to consumer platforms and associated products and services for the digital economy. Bhakta joined Condé Nast from Pearson, where he served as SVP of global platform and product engineering. Prior to Pearson, he spent three years at HBO, as vice president of media software engineering.
Chief Communications Officer
Danielle Carrig oversees Condé Nast’s global communications strategy, including leading all global internal and external communications, media relations, crisis management and employee engagement. Previously, Carrig was the global chief communications officer for VICE Media Group, and held previous leadership roles in communications, events, publicity and public affairs at Netflix and A+E Networks. Carrig’s work received the Television Academy Governor’s Emmy Award for outstanding public service, and she’s been named by Variety as one of “Hollywood’s New Leaders”.
President, Condé Nast Entertainment
Agnes Chu joins Condé Nast from the Walt Disney Company. She joined Disney in 2008, and most recently served as SVP of content for Disney+. In this role, Chu commissioned an original slate of programming, featuring series, feature films and short form content for the service, receiving 19 Emmy nominations in its first year. She also led the Originals teams for scripted, unscripted and animation, working closely with Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and NatGeo. Chu has been featured on The Hollywood Reporter's 100 Most Powerful Women in Entertainment. Prior to joining Disney, she worked in documentary production, including the Oscar-nominated “Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room”.
Pamela Drucker Mann
Global Chief Revenue Officer & President, U.S. Revenue
Pamela Drucker Mann oversees all ad sales and ad product strategies globally, and works with commercial leads across the company's 31 markets to drive overall ad, agency and B2B revenue. She has played an integral part in leveraging brands and scale to develop new revenue streams and opportunities for advertisers. Drucker Mann has twice been named to Adweek’s list of the top 50 executives, and is an Advertising Age Media Maven, 2015 Advertising Age Publishing Executive of the Year, an Adweek First Mover and a 2016 Folio Top Women in Media in the Entrepreneur category.
Chief People Officer
Stan Duncan oversees the global people organization. In this role, he leads all HR functions, including talent acquisition and development, diversity and inclusion, employment practices, HR technology and workforce planning, and strategic business partnering. Duncan is recognized as a transformational human resources leader who builds organizational capability and innovates businesses. Previously, Duncan was the chief HR officer for Raymond James Financial, and held various HR leadership roles at Westfield Group, Aramark, Sterling/Eastman and PPG.
Chief Marketing Officer
Deirdre Findlay oversees all consumer marketing efforts globally, focusing on driving consumer revenue, brand development, audience insights and growth, digital strategy and increasing subscription and memberships. Findlay was previously the chief marketing officer at Stitch Fix. Prior to Stitch Fix, Findlay held several senior roles for Google, marketing for Google Home, Chromecast and Wifi globally. She has also held leadership roles at eBay and Digitas. Findlay has been honored with Adweek’s Brand Genius Award and named among the Advertising Age Women to Watch in 2019 and Forbes 50 Game Changing Marketing Leaders.
Chief Financial Officer
Jackie Marks has worked in finance for more than 20 years, most recently at Mercer as CFO. Prior to joining Mercer, she was the CFO of enterprise technology and operations at Thomson Reuters. While there, she also served in a variety of financial leadership positions throughout her 15-year tenure including CFO of Reuters news and editorial and others based in New York, London and Zurich. Marks spent her early career in private equity and at Siemens AG. She holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from the University of Central Florida.
Chief of Staff
Elizabeth Minshaw is Chief of Staff to CEO Roger Lynch. She joined Condé Nast in early 2019 from DMGT where she was Chief of Staff to the CEO of DMG Media. Minshaw has many years of experience working at media companies and brands across the world, such as WSJ and The Times of London, helping them navigate intense periods of change. She started her career as a management consultant at Deloitte and has a Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Spanish from the University of Manchester. Minshaw speaks 6 languages and is learning Mandarin.
Dame Anna Wintour
Chief Content Officer and Global Editorial Director of Vogue
Anna Wintour has held the position of Editor-of-Chief of Vogue U.S. since 1988, and was named U.S. Artistic Director of Condé Nast in 2013. Most recently, she was appointed global content advisor of Condé Nast in 2019. Anna has been actively involved in philanthropic fundraising, particularly for the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, for which she has raised more than $240 million for the museum and serves as an Elective Trustee of the institution. Wintour was named Dame Commander (DBE) of the Order of the British Empire in 2017, awarded the Legion d’Honneur in 2011 and appointed to the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities in 2009.
Copyright © Left: Left image credit: The Divers by George Hoyningen-Huene , Right: Right image credit: Henry Clarke
Copyright © Left image credit: The Divers by George Hoyningen-Huene
Copyright © Right image credit: Henry Clarke
Founded in 1909 by American publisher Condé Montrose Nast, after his purchase of a weekly society gazette from New York called Vogue, Condé Nast has since grown to become a benchmark of publishing quality, known across the globe.
With a footprint of more than 1 billion consumers in 32 markets through print, digital, video and social platforms, Condé Nast continues to be an exemplar of modern publishing today.
Read an interview with Jonathan Newhouse, Chairman of the Board of Directors, about his memories of Condé Nast over the decades.
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