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Condé Nast is a premier media company—producing the highest quality content for the world’s most influential audiences through world-renowned brands and a suite of enterprise products fueled by data and technology that deliver ROI.
Data
Condé Nast Spire
Condé Nast Spire is an intelligent data platform that gets smarter with every click. Combining our extraordinary first-party datasets with retail transactional data from our partner 1010Data, Condé Nast Spire offers audience and content insights, precision micro-segmentation and real-time campaign optimization.
Social
Connecting with consumers across every platform.
What makes a video go viral on Facebook? What factors drive engagement on Instagram? The Social Studio uses our combined social following of 158 million consumers as an always-on focus group to test, refine and perfect content development in the social space. The Social Studio creates custom content or remixes your existing assets, tailored to each individual social platform.
Digital & Video
Premium audiences and attention at scale.
Over 80 million consumers visit the Condé Nast network each month, making it the largest in comScore’s Lifestyle category. And we continue to have #1 reach in today’s most desirable demographic, Affluent Millennials. Consumers reward us with hundreds of millions of minutes of their attention each month. Your brand can leverage that attention with a suite of high-impact ad experiences and precision audience segments.
Sales Leadership
Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer
Pamela Drucker Mann
Chief Industry Officer, Auto
Tracey Baldwin
Chief Industry Officer, Beauty
Lucy Kriz
Chief Industry Officer, CPG
Craig Kostelic
Chief Industry Officer, Fashion & Retail
Chris Mitchell
Chief Industry Officer, Pharmaceuticals
Jennifer Mormile
Chief Industry Officer, Tech, Business & Finance
Doug Grinspan
Chief Agency Officer
Jonathan Schaaf
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Pamela Drucker Mann
Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer
Pamela Drucker Mann was named chief revenue and marketing officer of Condé Nast in September 2017. In this role, Drucker Mann oversees all ad sales and consumer revenue efforts for the company in addition to all consumer and industry marketing.
Drucker Mann was appointed chief marketing officer for Condé Nast in January 2017.  Prior to that role, Drucker Mann served as chief revenue officer and publisher of The Food Innovation Group (FIG).  In 2014, Drucker Mann added Epicurious to her Bon Appétit portfolio and shortly thereafter formed The Food Innovation Group to jointly sell the industry’s leading food content brands together, creating meaningful audience scale for the company’s advertising partners.  In October 2015, Drucker Mann created the FIG Video Network, which catapulted to the #1 food video platform within the lifestyles-food category.  The Food Innovation Group is now comprised of six brands: Bon Appétit: Where Food + Culture Meet; Epicurious: The Ultimate Food Resource; Healthyish: Good Food, Good Health, Good Vibes; City Guides: The Best in Food Travel from the BA Editors; The Farm: Innovative Content Straight from the Source; The FIG Influencers Network: Recipes for Real Life by over 1,000+ bloggers.
Drucker Mann joined Bon Appétit in January 2011 as publisher and vice president.  Under her leadership, sales results and market innovations have earned the brand a position for five consecutive years on The Advertising Age A-List and five years on the Adweek Hot List.  She is an Advertising Age Media Maven, the 2015 Advertising Age Publishing Executive of the Year, an Adweek First Mover, a 2016 Folio Top Women in Media in the Entrepreneur category and a member of Adweek’s inaugural 30 Most Influential People in Food.
Sources: comScore August 2011 vs. December 2016 (Unduplicated reach of Food Innovation Group Influencers Network + Spoon University in 2016), MRI Fall 2016 vs. Fall 2011, Shareablee December 2016 v Internal Reporting August 2011
Tracey Baldwin
Chief Industry Officer, Auto
Tracey Baldwin was named chief industry officer, auto in January 2017. In this role, Baldwin oversees ad sales efforts within the auto category, across the Condé Nast portfolio.
Baldwin most recently served as executive director, network sales & partnerships where she oversaw and managed the strategic partnerships between the domestic and European automotive companies – based in Detroit. Baldwin was named Condé Nast Sales Person of the Year in 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Baldwin joined Condé Nast in 1999 as sales director at Vogue. While holding that role, she simultaneously held several other positions including sales director at Lucky and Men’s Vogue.
Lucy Kriz
Chief Industry Officer, Beauty
Lucy Kriz was named chief industry officer of beauty for Condé Nast in January 2017. In this role, Kriz oversees strategic category initiatives and advertising solutions, within the beauty category, across the Condé Nast portfolio.
Kriz is a part of the team that recently launched Condé Nast’s first-ever Beauty Studio, a custom space in 1 World Trade Center where editors and partners can collaborate on  the very best of multi-platform beauty content.
Kriz most recently served as publisher and chief revenue officer of W, beginning in 2012. In addition to posting W’s third consecutive year of revenue growth in 2015 and winning the Condé Nast Bronze Award for Business Performance in 2014, Kriz was also the recipient of the company’s Collaborative Leadership Award for her partnership with editor-in-chief Stefano Tonchi. Under her leadership, W was named to Advertising Age’s A-List in 2016 and 2013, and the magazine was honored with a spot on Adweek’s Hot List in 2015.
Kriz came to W from the Condé Nast Media Group, where as senior executive director she oversaw omnichannel sales across fashion, beauty, accessories and other key categories. Previously, she was associate publisher at Details from 2009 to 2010 and, prior to that, corporate fashion director at Condé Nast Media Group, where she was named Corporate Salesperson of the Year in 2008.
In 2002, Kriz joined the launch team for Teen Vogue as fashion and retail director. The brand received numerous awards during this time, including Adweek’s Startup of the Year. She was named Teen Vogue Salesperson of the Year in 2003 and 2004, and was honored with Condé Nast’s overall Salesperson of the Year Award in 2004.
Kriz began her career in publishing in New York at Hearst with posts at both Harper’s Bazaar and Marie Claire. She earned a B.A. from Eckerd College.
Craig Kostelic
Chief Industry Officer, CPG
Craig Kostelic is the chief business officer of The Food Innovation Group (Bon Appétit and Epicurious), Architectural Digest, Condé Nast Traveler and SELF, overseeing all revenue and brand development for the collection of brands.
Kostelic most recently served as head of revenue and head of digital for The Food Innovation Group. Under his sales and digital leadership, The Food Innovation Group hit record highs in terms of revenue, profitability and digital audience growth.
Previously, Kostelic was digital advertising director at Condé Nast Traveler, where he was responsible for all digital revenue streams and oversaw the launch of CNTraveler.com.
Before joining Conde Nast, Kostelic worked at Google where he was responsible for developing and managing national strategic sales for Mobile Display within the automotive vertical. Prior to Google, Craig held numerous sales and marketing roles at Microsoft and Johnson & Johnson.
Chris Mitchell
Chief Industry Officer, Fashion & Retail
Chris Mitchell is the chief business officer of Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, W, Teen Vogue and Them, overseeing revenue responsibilities and brand development for the collection of brands.
Mitchell most recently served as publisher and chief revenue officer of Vanity Fair, a role he held since September 2014. In 2016, Mitchell was named Condé Nast’s CRO of the Year for exceeding the company’s aggressive digital growth goals by growing Vanity Fair’s digital advertising revenue by 71% and video revenue 41% over the previous year.
Mitchell was previously vice president and publisher of GQ, which he drove to record revenue levels in 2013. He joined GQ from Condé Nast Traveler, where he had been vice president and publisher since February 2009.
Prior to Condé Nast Traveler, Mitchell was vice president and publisher of WIRED Media. His appointment at WIRED marked his return to the brand; he was its advertising director from 1996 to 2000. Mitchell also served as vice president and publisher of Details from 2004 to 2008, associate publisher of The New Yorker from 2001 to 2004 and publisher of ONE, an independent design magazine and website from 2000-2001.
Mitchell received an M.A. in publishing from New York University and a B.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley.
Jennifer Mormile
Chief Industry Officer, Pharmaceuticals
Jennifer Mormile was named chief industry officer, pharmaceuticals at Condé Nast in January 2017. In this role, Mormile oversees ad sales efforts within the pharma category, across the Condé Nast portfolio. Previously, Mormile served as the head of beauty where she ran a $150 million book of business across all platforms and oversaw all CPG and beauty revenue across the Condé Nast portfolio—including digital, video, social, branded content, programmatic, print and events.
Prior to this, Mormile held the role of executive vice president/ senior vice president sales at Everyday Health, where she was selected to create the health sales division and drove revenue from $87 million to nearly $180 million in two and a half years. Mormile also oversaw the establishment and progress of high-revenue, multi-year deals and directed the sales leadership team, including five VPs overseeing four divisions. In addition to managing sales strategies and working cross-functionally to reorganize budgeting and P&L management, Mormile led the sales team through change management—from an entrepreneurial startup to a public organization. As vice president of sales, Mormile grew revenue from $5 million to $35.4 million in her first two years.
Mormile is a Leadership Forum Graduate and a Women’s Unlimited Graduate. She received a Bachelor of Science in Communications with a minor in Business Administration from the State University of New York at Fredonia.
Doug Grinspan
Chief Industry Officer, Tech, Business & Finance
Douglas Grinspan was named chief industry officer, tech, business and finance in January 2018. In this role, Grinspan will oversee sales and relationships within the technology, business and finance sectors across the Condé Nast portfolio.
Previously, Grinspan was the vice president of revenue for industry and agency at the company. Grinspan joined Condé Nast in 2014 as the head of revenue for Wired Media Group, where he oversaw integrated sales and business development for multiple Condé Nast brands.
Prior to joining Condé Nast, Grinspan guided the international mobile sales and product marketing at SAY Media, working across North America, Europe and Australia. He has directed business development, client management and sales in collaboration with many publishers, including NBCUniversal, Viacom, Disney and CBS over his career. Grinspan started his career with AT&T, directing corporate negotiations for Fortune 100 and government accounts.
Grinspan graduated from Emory University with a B.A. in psychology.
Jonathan Schaaf
Chief Agency Officer
Jonathan Schaaf was named chief agency officer in May 2017. In this role, Schaaf will oversee the company’s agency relationships and ad sales efforts.
Schaaf brings more than 20 years of global agency experience, and most recently served as the president of enterprise partnerships for Omnicom Media Group where he oversaw both the North American and global partnerships teams as well as the audience-based programmatic private marketplace.
Over the course of his 20 year career, Schaaf has worked in agencies ranging in size from global to boutique and in cities around the world, including New York, San Francisco, Chicago and Sydney, Australia. He was previously the president of enterprise partnerships for Omnicom Media Group (OMG) where he was charged with establishing partnerships across all media channels to be more integrated and unified in the go-to-market approach.  Prior, Schaaf was the president of digital investment, global director – digital strategy at Omnicom Media Group, media director at Razorfish, vice-president of integrated media at Gyro, and media director at Beyond Interactive, where he developed integrated media strategies for premier national and global brands.
Schaaf holds an MBA from the University of Denver and a B.A. from Lafayette College, with a major in Business & Economics.

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