After earning a BFA in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design and attending Tufts University as an MFA candidate in Studio Arts, Gallo first made her mark at CondéNet. As director of ceative services, she worked mainly on branded campaigns for style.com, vogue.com and men.style.com.
Then it was on to AOL, where her titles included global sales development director and head of editorial partnerships for the Women and Lifestyle brands. Gallo was instrumentally involved in heidiklum.aol.com, Gail Simmons sponsored by Kraft, GMC Trade Secrets with Tyler Florence and a site for one of Mark Burnett’s many productions.
Gallo comes to EW from POP SUGAR, where she was vp of integrated marketing and partnerships. Congrats.
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