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ADVERTISING & SALES

Tiffany Kaplan has been promoted to advertising director of Bon Appetit magazine, from travel director.

Meredith Corporation's Ladies' Home Journal magazine announced the following appointments: Kim Hobson has been named Eastern sales manager; Alicesa Vongluekiat has been named promotion director and Amy Levy has been named business development director. Hobson previously served as beauty director; Vongluekiat was senior marketing manager; and Levy moves over from Meredith's Better Homes and Gardens, where she was promotion director.

Jennifer Hicks has been named Eastern sales manager for Field & Stream and Outdoor Life magazines. Prior to joining the Time4 Media Outdoor staff, she served as associate publisher for Elle magazine. Hicks replaces Stephen Clow, who has moved to the Corporate Sales division of Time4 Media as director of Eastern sales and inside sales.

National Geographic has opened an advertising sales office in London. Based in the office are Steve Middleton, area sales manager, international editions, for National Geographic magazine, and David Middis, area sales manager, British Isles edition of the magazine. Prior to joining the National Geographic team, Middleton was area sales director at Fortune magazine. Middis comes to National Geographic from its former representative David Todd Associates.

David Stuckey has been appointed fashion director, Lucky magazine. Before joining the title, he was the New York manager for CosmoGIRL!

Kevin Hanlon has been hired as senior account manager, Travel + Leisure. Previously, Hanlon worked as an account director at Screenvision Cinema Network.

CIRCULATION

CurtCo Media announced the appointment Susan Lee as circulation director of Robb Report Worth. Most recently, she was circulation manger at Los Angeles-based Werner Publishing, overseeing Golf Tips, PC Photo, Outdoor Photography, Pilot Journal and Plane & Pilot magazines.

CORPORATE

Tom Pellet has joined Cygnus Expositions, the tradeshow division of Cygnus Business Media, as group vice president. Pellet has over 30 years of experience in tradeshow management and most recently served as associate executive director for the Society of Petroleum Engineers, where he oversaw the marketing, sales and meetings departments.

John French has been promoted to executive vice president of Primedia Business Magazines & Media. French had been serving as senior vice president sales operations.

Lauren Michaels, formerly associate publisher at Harper's Bazaar for the past three years, has joined Good Housekeeping as executive director/long-term strategy.

EDITORIAL & ART

PREVENTION magazine announced the following editorial appointments: Jennifer Cook, editor-in-chief of American Media's Natural Health, has been named executive editor. Amy O'Connor, formerly features director for Conde Nast's Glamour, has been named as a deputy editor.

Lucky magazine announced the following: Gigi Guerra was promoted to the newly created position of executive editor and Joyce Chang was named fashion news editor. Guerra, who has been with Lucky since 2001, was formerly a senior features editor. Prior to joining Lucky, Chang worked as a junior editor in the Style department of The New York Times Magazine.

Stephanie Tuck has been named to the newly created position of entertainment editor, Men's Health magazine. Since this past May, Tuck served as special projects editor on a freelance basis for the magazine.

T&L Golf Magazine announced the following additions to its staff: Corey Seymour and Ty Wenger have been named senior editors, and Jonathan Lesser has been hired as associate editor. …

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