American Society of Magazine Editors

ELLIES 2019 JUDGING LEADERS ANNOUNCED

November 1, 2018

ASME is pleased to announce the leaders of the Ellies 2019 judging and the members of the National Magazine Awards 2019 Board, which sanctions the results of the judging.

The Ellies 2019 judging leaders are:

  • Amy DuBois Barnett, Chief Content Officer, theGrio; Executive Vice President, Digital, ESGlobalMedia
  • Jonathan Dorn, Chief Innovation Officer, Active Interest Media
  • Jeffrey Goldberg, Editor in Chief, The Atlantic
  • Susan Goldberg, Editor in Chief, National Geographic; Editorial Director, National Geographic Partners
  • Ben Goldberger, Executive Editor, TIME
  • Clara Jeffery, Editor in Chief, Mother Jones
  • Christopher M. Keyes, Vice President and Editor, Outside
  • Amanda Kludt, Editor in Chief, Eater
  • Janice Min, Senior Content Executive, Quibi
  • Stephen Orr, Group Editorial Director, Meredith Corporation; Vice President, Editor in Chief, Better Homes and Gardens
  • Alison Overholt, Vice President, Editor in Chief, ESPN The Magazine, espnW and The ESPYs
  • Paul Reyes, Editor, Virginia Quarterly Review
  • Brooke Siegel, Vice President of Content, Hearst Magazines Digital Media
  • Jake Silverstein, Editor in Chief, The New York Times Magazine
  • Sally Singer, Creative Digital Director, Vogue
  • Susan Spencer, Editor in Chief, Woman's Day
  • Nicholas Thompson, Editor in Chief, Wired
  • Duy Linh Tu, Professor and Director, Digital Media Center, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
  • Julia Turner, Deputy Managing Editor, Arts and Entertainment, Los Angeles Times
  • Liz Vaccariello, Editor in Chief, Parents
  • Charles Whitaker, Dean, Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism
  • Ben Williams, Editor, Digital, New York Media

The members of the National Magazine Awards 2019 Board are:

  • Steve Coll, Dean and Henry R. Luce Professor of Journalism, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
  • Jonathan Dorn, Chief Innovation Officer, Active Interest Media
  • Edward Felsenthal, Editor in Chief, TIME
  • Mark Jannot, President, ASME, 2013-2015
  • Christopher M. Keyes, Vice President and Editor, Outside; President, ASME, 2017-2019
  • Kate Lewis, Chief Content Officer, Hearst Magazines
  • Anthony Licata, Group Editorial Director, Bonnier Lifestyle Media
  • Janice Min, Senior Content Executive, Quibi; Vice President, ASME, 2017-2019
  • Stephen Orr, Group Editorial Director, Meredith Corporation; Vice President, Editor in Chief, Better Homes and Gardens
  • Dana Points, Associate Director of Development, Corporate Partnerships, Child Mind Institute; President, ASME, 2015-2017
  • Nicholas Thompson, Editor in Chief, Wired
  • Abi Wright, Executive Director, Professional Prizes, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
  • Sid Holt, Chief Executive, ASME, Ex Officio

More than 300 journalists and educators judge the Ellies each year. To preserve the confidentiality of the judging, a complete list of the judges is not posted until the winners and finalists are honored at the Ellie Awards Annual Presentation. The 2019 presentation will be hosted by ASME at Brooklyn Steel on Thursday, March 14. A complete list of last year's judges is posted on the Ellies website.

Intended to advance the practice of journalism and promote the value of magazine media to readers and advertisers, the Ellie Awards honor print and digital publications that consistently demonstrate superior execution of editorial objectives, innovative techniques, noteworthy journalistic enterprise and imaginative art direction. Originally limited to print magazines, the Ellies now recognize magazine-quality journalism published in any medium. Founded in 1966, the awards are sponsored by the American Society of Magazine Editors in association with the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and are administered by ASME. A list of the members of the ASME Board of Directors is posted on the ASME website.

For more information about Ellies 2019, please visit ellieawards.org.

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