Effective immediately, Amy Churgin will be the new publisher of Traditional Home, replacing Beth Brenner who left the magazine last month to be the chief revenue officer of Domino.
"Amy is a proven leader whose background and experience in the affluent home and women's lifestyle categories makes her ideally suited to lead the team at Traditional Home," said Tom Harty, President, Meredith National Media Group. "We feel confident that her extensive knowldege of the marketplace and commitment to excellence and innovation will enable us to further build the brand's leadership position."
Previously, Churgin served as Senior Vice President, Condé Nast Media Group, where she oversaw corporate media sales. She has served as VP/Publisher for Architectural Digest for eight years, where she developed extensions for the brand including the Architectural Digest Home Design Show and the AD Greenrooms at the Oscars, Emmy's and New York Fashion Week. She has also served as publisher for Gourmet and New York magazine. She's held senior positions at Seventeen, Elle and European Travel and Life magazines. She is a graduate of Lehigh University and holds an M.A. from Hunter College.
Churgin will be based in Meredith's New York City offices.
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