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We’ve gathered the best and the brightest to bring you a unique site with great journalism, fabulous events, and news you can trust. These are the people who make it happen. And we are very grateful.
Collins is an industry-recognized sales executive and was named “Publishing Executive of the Year” by Adweek in 2010 and a “Woman to Watch” by Advertising Age in 2000. She has also been inducted into the Media Industry Newsletter Hall of Fame and the America Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement. In 2016, Collins founded Girl Starter, LLC., an entertainment content company that amplifies, inspires, mentors and funds the next generation of female business owners and leaders. Collins was a long-term executive at the Meredith Corporation where she held numerous positions including Chief Innovation Officer and SVP Group Publishing Director.
Deborah Marquardt is an award-winning beauty and luxury brand marketer, an avid content creator. Whether it’s running integrated marketing for various L’Oreal brands, building digital beauty and style brands for Time Inc, or leading category marketing for the diamond industry, Deb builds brand narratives that connect emotionally with women and drive revenue and audience growth. Curious by nature, and compelled by what’s new and next, Deb covers beauty news for Covey, and partners with Lesley on bespoke events and digital marketing. She lives in Westchester County with her husband and 14-year old daughter.
Cari Shane is a freelance and corporate writer, PR/SM Consultant, skier, swimmer and Airbnb Superhost. Raised in Manhattan, Cari Shane lives carless in Northeast DC near where the Beatles performed their first US concert and where former Mayor Marion Barry used to buy his crack. Her thoughts are constantly contaminated by PR-angles (for clients as well as friends), she loves interviewing people (even when it’s not article related) and is obsessed with dogs. She has three adult children and two large rescue puppies. Cari has written for The Washington Post, Cooking Light, Budget Travel, Swim Magazine, NextAvenue.org and, of course, CoveyClub. “The future is female. Breathe” is her screen saver.
Lori Miller Kase is a Connecticut-based writer who frequently covers health. Her articles and essays have appeared in a wide range of national publications, including Vogue (where she was an editor), The Atlantic, Brain,Child and the New York Times. She also teaches creative writing workshops for children, and is currently working on a YA novel.
Katie Weisman is a lifestyle and fashion writer based in New York. A former editor for Women’s Wear Daily in Paris, she’s worked on both sides of the Atlantic and has written for W Magazine, Town & Country, and international editions of Vogue and the New York Times, among other publications. Married to a Frenchman, Katie is fluent in French and the couple has raised their two children bilingually; she’s unsure, however, which language the family’s dog and cats speak. Though a native New Yorker, she’s an avid New Orleans Saints fan.
Michelle Moskowitz has an extensive background in media that has taken her all over the country covering news and events, particularly issues that pertain to women as well as social causes that impact our communities. Michelle has been a long-time reporter and ambassador for the Greenwich Sentinel, ran her own boutique consulting firm in NY, and launched the online division at LIFETime Television, providing content and utilities designed to educate and empower women.
Lisa Rabasca Roepe is a Washington, D.C., writer who focuses on the culture of work, entrepreneurship and women. She is a Forbes contributor, and her work also has appeared in Fast Company, OZY.com, Quartz, The Atlantic’s CityLab and Good.
Tish Jett was Midwest Bureau Chief for Women's Wear Daily and W and a fashion editor for The New York Daily News Tonight and the Detroit Free Press. She became Style Editor of the International Herald Tribune in Paris and the last editor of American Elle before it moved to NYC. She married a Frenchman and blogs about Frenchwomen of a certain age and their style secrets at tishjett.com
After graduating from Haverford College, Jillian Magalaner Stone went to work at Fodor's Travel Publications, where she edited more than 40 travel guidebooks, including a guide to the United States for travelers with disabilities. She then hung out her freelancer shingle and edited many different works, from self-help to fiction and literary criticism, from books and book proposals to brochures, newsletters, and websites. Born and raised in Manhattan, Jillian now lives in South Orange, NJ, with her husband and two kids.
Danielle Lilley is a Graphic Designer at Six and created the sleek, beautiful, modern graphics that define Covey. She also turned out to be a fabulous cat and house sitter for Lesley.
Emily Ryan grew up in Glenside, a suburb of Philadelphia and graduated in 2016 from Temple University with a BFA in graphic design. For the illustrations, she wanted to capture the collectiveness of CoveyClub and celebrate all types of women with their diverse personalities, styles and stories. To see more of Emily's art, visit her site, itsemilyryan.com. To contact Emily, email her at email@example.com
Anna Moine, an avowed beauty junkie and polyglot, worked in all facets of cosmetics marketing but decided to focus on the world of spas a decade ago so that she could combine her love of beauty products with her affinity for relaxation and indulgence. She has visited over 100 spas and will be able to guide the flock in recommending spa destinations. In her free time, Anna gardens and cooks, hosting friends at her upstate home for epic lunches featuring the harvest from her garden. Married to a sexy Frenchman who does hair and makes patisseries, she is also blessed with two witty and fun-loving daughters.
Marisa Vilarino is a graduate of Rensselear Polytechnic Institute and makes the trains run on time at Covey. She came to work as an intern at Covey and Lesley wouldn't let her leave.
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