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Hearst Exec Lucy Maher Shifts to Self

The New York Post is reporting that Lucy Maher is leaving Hearst to join Condé Nast’s Self as its new Digital Director. Maher had been Hearst Digital’s Executive Director of Content since June of 2010.

Prior to her time at Hearst, Maher was Executive Editor of Forbes for three years. She also has had stints as a Ladies’ Home Journal Senior Editor and as a Features Editor for People.com.

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