Conde Nast Traveler's reshuffles editorial team as executive editor steps down

Condé Nast Traveler’s executive editor Peter Jon Lindberg has triggered a reshuffle in the magazine’s editorial team, stepping down from his role after just six months.

Lindberg will continue to contribute to the magazine, as he goes back to a freelance career. He was hired as executive editor last October. Prior to that, he served as a contributing international editor and senior correspondent.

Lindberg joined Conde Nast Traveler following a near 15 year stint at rival travel magazine Travel + Leisure, where he held the title of editor at large.

Deputy editor Candice Rainey has stepped up, filling the executive editor role in his place.

Articles editor Lauren DeCarlo has taken Rainey’s place as deputy editor.

Further reshuffling has named Alexandra Postman features director, who has served as contributing editor to the magazine. She worked as deputy editor at Condé Nast’s sister magazine Self for over a year prior to this.

The editorial changes will take effect starting April 15.

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