Vixen Salute: Keija Minor, Editor-In-Chief of ‘Brides’ Magazine
the former editor-in-chief of Uptown Magazine, is now the first African-American woman to head a Condé Nast Publications magazine. Last week, she was named E-I-C of Brides.
Minor filled the vacancy that was recently created when Anne Fulenwider left Brides to become the new editor-in-chief of Marie Claire. Condé Nast, a privately owned company that also produces Vogue, Glamour, Vanity Fair and GQ, had not had a black person at the top of the editorial masthead since its inception in 1909.
Congrats to Keija on the major upgrade and for making history!–Stacy-Ann Ellis