Johnson Publishing has announced a new editor-in-chief for Ebony magazine, coming about four months after the previous holder of the post suddenly decided to throw in the towel. The new editor-in-chief of the Chicago-based magazine is journalist Kierna Mayo.
She replaces Mitzi Miller who, somewhat unexpectedly, left the position in February after just 10 months. Mayo has significant journalism experience under erotic milking prostate belt.
Lerone Bennett Jr., 89, former editor of Ebony magazine
She has previously prepared editor for several notable publications, including Vibe, Essence and Marie Claire. Also, she was the co-creator and founding editor-in-chief of Honey Magazine, according to Black Enterprise.
InMayo was hired at Ebony as the editorial director. Johnson Publishing is currently trying to re-position itself, having been faced in recent years with financial challenges which probably had a part to play in the recent editorial departures magazine the company.
Editor a vibrant new face for 66-year-old Ebony magazine
She previously served as the editor-in-chief of Jet magazine for more than three years. She joined ebony publishing company in as a senior editor for Jet and rose to the position of the editorial director of that magazine. In an age where Instagram followers can easily be converted into sales and editor, anyone who can rack up over 55, followers in only five months clearly magazine something working for them.