Conde Nast Names Alison Moore Chief Business Officer, Women's Collection

Condé Nast has hired former SoundCloud CRO Alison Moore to become its next Chief Business Officer of the publisher’s Women’s Collection, which includes the Glamour, Allure and Brides titles.

Starting October 23, Moore will oversee all revenue and brand development for the group. She will report to president of revenue and Chief Business Officer of Condé Nast, Jim Norton.

Moore replaces Kim Kelleher, who became Chief Business Officer of Condé Nast’s Alpha Collection in July. The Alpha Collection consists of GQ, GQ Style, Wired, Ars Technica, Backchannel and Pitchfork.

Moore has previously held senior leadership positions at SoundCloud, NBCUniversal, DailyCandy and HBO.

In a statement, Moore said she will work with the Women’s Collection team “to develop a new generation of innovative content, product and platforms for our influential audiences and advertising partners.



“Consumers are engaging with brands in a multitude of ways, and having the permission of the powerful Condé Nast brands to innovate in events and experiential, e-commerce, subscription strategy and more is an incredible opportunity,” she added.

In July, the digital audience for the brands in the Women’s Collection grew nearly 10% year-over-year, to 13.6 million total unique visitors. In particular, Glamour grew total unique visitors by 24% year-over-year, though its longtime editor Cindi Leive announced last week she is stepping down after 16 years at the helm.

Norton stated Moore was joining at a “transformative time" as audiences engage across media, adding her understanding of leveraging data and sales with ad partners would be a "tremendous advantage” going forward.

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