In 2013, Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour was appointed artistic director of Condé Nast, meaning she oversees the creative direction of all of the titles in the company’s portfolio except for The New Yorker and is involved in corporate decision-making, such as shifts in digital strategies and brand expansions or contractions.
Most recently, in 2019, Anna was named Global Content Advisor—in this new role she assumes over sight of Vogue International, a central hub that creates digital content for Vogue titles around the world. She also will advise the executive leadership team on global content opportunities and act as a resource to Editors-in-Chief and editorial talent worldwide.
Anna’s role with Condé Nast encompasses many disciplines from journalism to fashion to global branding. More than anything else, however, Anna is a manager, and management requires an array of unique skills and personal assets.