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Good Housekeeping Makes Changes

Good Housekeeping has tapped a new editor and made two promotions. Elizabeth Roehrig is rejoining the magazine as lifestyle editor. Roehrig is a published author and previously worked as home editor at Ladies’ Home Journal. Roehrig worked at Good Housekeeping back in 2000, as an editorial assistant.

In addition, Melanie Rud has been promoted to associate beauty editor, and Caylin Harris has been promoted to assistant editor.

Roehrig joins Good Housekeeping August 13.

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