Regarding the selection of Kehe, managing editor Andy Serwer wrote in a staff announcement today, “…when it came time to find a permanent replacement for John, (and while we did consider other candidates), I really needed to look no further than a few doors down to Emily’s office.”
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Emily Kehe has been named the new design director at Fortune. Kehe, who first started freelancing for the magazine in 2008, had been filling in for John Korpics who left the position of creative director for a VP role at ESPN.
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