Vanity Fair vice president and publisher Edward J. Menicheschi announced a number of sales-management promotions at the magazine.
Amber Estabrook has been promoted to the newly created position of associate publisher, luxury. For the past three years, Estabrook has been a member of the magazine’s management team as an advertising director. This new position focuses more on luxury advertising—a growth category for the publication.
Bill Mulvihill has been promoted to advertising director. He joined the magazine in 2011, as the advertising director, sales development. In his new role, he will direct sales activity across multiple categories.
Susan Naci has also been promoted to advertising director. Previously, she held the position of advertising director, beauty. Now, Naci will oversee multiple categories including beauty, fashion, luxury, and retail.
Alexis Katzowitz, director of integrated sales, has been promoted to executive director of integrated sales and business development. Katzowitz directed integrated-sales efforts across all digital categories and platforms including sponsorship sales for the relaunch of the magazine’s website.
Lastly, Jeannie Morton has been named account director, finance and luxury auto. Morton joins Vanity Fair from Entertainment Weekly, where she was East Coast advertising manager.
The promotions are effective immediately and all directors will report to Mary Connelly, associate publisher.
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