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Christine Imarenezor

Executive Editor

Christine is the Executive Editor at VIBE, where she oversees the website’s daily editorial content and manages its dynamic team of editors, reporters, and writers. Prior to joining the team, she began her digital journalism career as a contributing writer at the now-defunct Concrete Loop and was an early adopter of social media marketing while managing artists’ social media accounts in Bad Boy Entertainment/Warner Music Group’s new media department. An alumna of Northwestern University, Christine received her B.A. in Communication. She's a former high school band nerd, who loves gospel and R&B music and enjoys day hiking every now and then. Other than that, you can find this Nigerian-American livin' her best life in Brooklyn, New York.

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