Welcome to Technology for Publishing’s roundup of news highlighting women’s roles in the evolving media landscape. Here’s a recap of some recent media industry moves at House Beautiful, National Geographic Digital, Bloomberg Media, NewYorker.com, and more.

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  • Sophie Donelson, a longtime home and lifestyle brand executive, has been named editor in chief of House Beautiful. Most recently, she served as brand director at editorial and e-commerce site Cricket’s Circle, which targets new parents. Prior to that, she was editorial director of C. Wonder, a women’s wear and home décor brand.
  • Miranda Mulligan has been named creative director at National Geographic Digital. Mulligan previously was executive director at Northwestern University Knight Lab, a developer of interactive publishing tools in wide use across the industry. Earlier she worked at The Boston Globe and the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot.
  • Viktoria Degtar was named publisher of the Multi-Platform and Events Group at Bloomberg Media. Previously, she was a vice president of sales at The Huffington Post and held positions at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and The Financial Times.
  • Amelia Lester was promoted to executive editor of NewYorker.com. Lester joined the magazine in 2009 and most recently was editor of its Goings On About Town section and the Food issue.
  • Malina Joseph Gilchrist was promoted from senior market editor to market director at T: The New York Times Style Magazine. She previously worked at Elle and The Wall Street Journal‘s weekend Off Duty.
  • Katell Pouliquen succeeded Anne-Cécile Sarfati at French Elle to head up feature stories. Pouliquen was previously deputy editor in chief at Marie Claire and prior to that was editor in chief at Be. Sarfati will oversee Elle Active, a series of conferences and job fairs for women, as well as 11 local editions of Elle, including Elle Paris.
  • Elizabeth Jensen has joined NPR as its new public editor and ombudsman, replacing Edward Schumacher-Matos. Prior to her appointment, Jensen covered public media for The New York Times, Current, and the Columbia Journalism Review.
  • Kat Collings was promoted to editorial director at WhoWhatWear. She most recently served as senior editor at the Clique Media company and prior to that held positions at Style Network and Vogue.
  • Cathy Horyn, former lead fashion critic at The New York Times, has joined The Cut as critic at large, covering both spring-summer and fall-winter collections in New York and Paris for The New York Magazine‘s site. Horyn is also currently writing a book about fashion coverage at the Times from the 1850s to the present.
  • Subha V. Barry will be succeeding Working Mother‘s Carol Evans, who is stepping down as head of operations at Working Mother Media after 35 years. Barry previously worked in marketing and finance roles and brings significant experience in gender issues. Evans will continue in an advisory role for three months.
  • Shruti Ganguly returned to Nylon Media in the role of vice president of television and video. Ganguly was a video producer at Nylon 10 years ago and held positions at MTV and Condé Nast Entertainment. She has also directed and produced a range of independent projects.
  • Stephanie George was named vice chairman of Women’s Wear Daily parent Fairchild Fashion Media. Previously, she was executive vice president and chief marketing officer at Time Inc.
  • Jen Ortiz was named senior editor at Marie Claire, where she will oversee the magazine’s pop culture, entertainment, and lifestyle section, @Play, and other features. Ortiz previously was an editorial associate at GQ covering pop culture.
  • Joey Bartolomeo will take on the role of executive editor at Seventeen, reporting to editor in chief Michelle Tan. Bartolomeo most recently was entertainment and features director at Self and prior to that a senior writer at People.
  • Anne Sachs was promoted to executive digital director at Glamour. Sachs, who has worked at the magazine for more than seven years. has also held positions at Vitals, MTV Networks, Gallup Poll, and what is now McGraw Hill Financial.
  • Dana Sergenian-Hingtgen has been hired as the new executive director of integrated sales at Marie Claire. She previously served as sales director at Upworthy.

Also of note: Exceptional Women in Publishing (EWIP) named Susan Goldberg, editor in chief of National Geographic, the 2015 recipient of the Exceptional Woman In Publishing Award in recognition of her professional excellence and contributions to the publishing industry. The award will be presented at the 2015 Women’s Leadership Conference in Berkeley, California, on March 26. Congratulations to Susan from all of us at Technology for Publishing!

Let us know in the comments if there are any other recent career moves you’d like us to include in our next Women in Media roundup.

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Posted by: Monica Sambataro

Monica Sambataro is a contributing editor and copyeditor for Technology for Publishing. Her publishing background includes work for leading technology- and business-related magazines and websites.