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Vogue and Glamour appoint new associate publishers

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By Natalie Mortimer | N/A

June 30, 2014 | 3 min read

Conde Nast-owned magazines Vogue and Glamour have both announced the appointment of new associate publishers.

Currently associate publisher of Glamour, Sallie Berkerey, who has been with the magazine since its launch in 2001, will join Vogue on 7 July in the same position. She replaces Emily Armstrong who is moving to Sydney, Australia.

Grace Wasyluk, previously Glamour’s advertisement director, will take on her new role of associate publisher at Glamour also on 7 July. Wasyluk returns from maternity leave on 30 June.

Jamie Jouning, publishing director of Glamour said: “Grace has worked tirelessly for the magazine for the past six years and over this period has proven herself to be a first rate sales executive. Passionate, knowledgeable and dynamic, with an innate understanding of the Glamour brand, Grace has earned the respect of her peers and her agency/client contacts alike, and thoroughly deserves this exciting opportunity.”

Stephen Quinn, publishing director of Vogue, added: "An early convert to digital advertising, Sallie will bring that knowledge and expertise to Vogue to add to our considerable success on the Vogue website, as well as the print magazine.”

Vogue has a readership of 1,237,000 (NRS Jul-Dec 2013), while Glamour has a readership of 1,091,000.

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