Welcome home! We're excited that you want to learn more about us. Good Housekeeping is an iconic brand with a pretty cool history. Get this: The very first print issue of GH came out in 1885. In it, the editor wrote that the brand's mission would be “about equal proportions of public duty and private interest." That still rings true today — with more than 1,200 editions under our belts, two decades of sharing daily tips and news online and 137 years of testing behind every product we recommend.
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Inside the century-old Good Housekeeping Institute, our editors, engineers, scientists and product analysts work hard to serve our readers as a go-to resource for almost everything in their lives, highlighting trusted expert advice and the best-tested products you can buy.
Since there’s really no other magazine on the planet that can boast such a rich history, we have to take a minute to brag about some of our accomplishments. For instance, did you know that the standard height for kitchen sinks and counters, a comfortable 36 inches, was established by the experts in the Good Housekeeping Experiment Station (the original name of the GH Institute)? Or that GH reported that tobacco and smoking were harmful and might be linked to cancer 36 years (!) before the Surgeon General said so? And you’ll want to repeat this one at a cocktail party: The GH Nutrition Lab once revealed that a popular snack puff had 8.5 g of fat per serving instead of the 2.5 g claimed on the label. (Yep, the brand had to reformulate the product and update its label.)
Some pretty awesome accomplishments, right? That only scratches the (polished) surface of what we do. These days, it’s our mission to keep delivering that same tried-and-trusted advice on everything you care about (and purchase) in your home and life. Our editorial team is dedicated to making Good Housekeeping the most trusted authority in the world for delicious triple-tested recipes, genius innovations, style-savvy solutions, compelling real-life stories and best-in-class products — all backed by the science of the GH Labs.
Scroll on down to get to know the incredible writers, editors, scientists, engineers, analysts and experts who put the good in Good Housekeeping and to learn more about our editorial policies.
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To make sure we get it right, Good Housekeeping works closely with qualified experts and follows thorough editing and fact-checking protocol prior to publishing. Published content is periodically fact-checked and reviewed to ensure that the information provided is accurate, fair and up to date.
In addition to regularly consulting our go-to health, beauty and home experts for insights and analysis, we also rely on the expertise of our in-house engineers, analysts, nutritionists and product experts in the Good Housekeeping Institute. Read more about how we test products.
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Editor in Chief & Editorial Director, Hearst Lifestyle Group
Jane (she/her) began her career as an entrepreneur in the arts before applying her strategic and creative passions to a design, literature and culture magazines. Since then, Jane has helmed seven publications covering fashion, beauty, health, home, food and gardening, and now has the honor of overseeing Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day, Prevention and Country Living. “I love my job because I have the privilege of working with this extraordinary team and the opportunity to explore new content in subjects that inspire me,” she says.
Beth (she/her) is the executive editor of Good Housekeeping, where she oversees all print content and manages features, personal essays and special projects for the brand. She is a former executive editor at Woman’s Day and features director at Reader’s Digest and is a current adjunct professor at New York University in the School of Professional Studies. As a former college and semi-professional soccer player, she twice had the unfortunate experience of playing against Abby Wambach.
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Digital Content Director, Hearst Lifestyle Group
Lauren (she/her) is the digital director of the Hearst Lifestyle Group, where she leads online content and strategy for Good Housekeeping as well as other Hearst titles, overseeing all SEO, video, social media and e-commerce efforts. She is the former digital director of Country Living and Woman's Day, and has close to 20 years of experience writing and editing beauty, lifestyle, home, health, entertainment and product review content.
Executive Managing Editor, Hearst Lifestyle Group
As the Kim executive managing editor of the Hearst Lifestyle Group, Kim (she/her) oversees operations, budget and staffing for Good Housekeeping, Prevention, Woman’s Day and Country Living. Kim started her career at Hearst at Popular Mechanics, and over the past 30 years she has also worked at Glamour, Food & Wine, Marie Claire and Redbook. Kim lives in Brooklyn with her husband, two daughters, the cutest puppy in the world and two 14-year-old cats (who aren't big fans of the puppy).
Deputy Content Director, Hearst Lifestyle Group
Michelle (she/her) is the deputy director of the Hearst Lifestyle Group, where she helps oversee digital strategy for multiple brands, including Good Housekeeping. Previously, she was the deputy editor and managing editor of GH's website. She has over 10 years of experience writing and editing lifestyle content.
Managing Editor, Hearst Lifestyle Group
Dana (she/her) is the managing editor of the Hearst Lifestyle Group, where she handles day-to-day operations. Her clever systems put Good Housekeeping and Woman’s Day on the most efficient and timely path to success. She plans ahead to avoid possible bumps in the road, and when things go awry (as they sometimes do!), she’s the person people turn to for insight and solutions. Prior to Good Housekeeping, she worked for Cosmopolitan and Allure.
Lizz Schumer (she/her) is a senior editor at Good Housekeeping, where she runs the GH Book Club, edits essays and longform features, and writes about pets, books and lifestyle topics. A journalist for almost two decades, she's the author of Biography of a Body and Buffalo Steel. She teaches journalism as an adjunct professor at New York University's School of Professional Studies and creative nonfiction at the Muse Writing Center; she also coaches with the New York Writing Room.
Kayla (she/her) leads Good Housekeeping’s editorial growth strategies in the partnership, news, social, branded, membership and newsletter spaces. Previously, she was the brand's senior entertainment and news editor and the social media editor for Good Housekeeping and House Beautiful. Before joining GH, she worked at Redbook, Cosmopolitan and Seventeen.
Marisa LaScala (she/her) covers all things parenting, from the postpartum period through empty nests, for Good Housekeeping; she previously wrote about parents, families and work at Parents and Working Mother. She lives with her husband and daughter in Brooklyn, where she can be found dominating the audio round at her local bar trivia night or tweeting about movies.
Katarina (she/her) is a senior SEO editor for Good Housekeeping where she edits, writes and contributes to SEO strategy. In addition, she works closely with Hearst's SEO team, providing reporting and research for search content. Before joining Good Housekeeping in 2021, she was the digital editor at New York Family, responsible for the website’s content and strategy. Katarina received her B.A. in communications and Spanish from the University of Washington.
Selena (she/her) is an associate entertainment and news editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers the latest on TV, movies and celebrities. In addition to writing and editing news, she also spotlights Hispanic and Latinx communities through her work. She is a graduate from CUNY Hunter College with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and creative writing. When she’s not typing away, she’s watching reruns of feel-good shows or trying out new restaurants in downtown Brooklyn.
Cameron (she/her) is a staff writer for Good Housekeeping, where she covers everything from holidays to food. She is a graduate of Syracuse University, where she received a B.A. in magazine journalism. In her spare-time she can be found scrolling TikTok for the latest cleaning hacks and restaurant openings, binge-watching seasons of Project Runway or online shopping.
Annie (she/her) is an assistant editor at Good Housekeeping, where she spends her days writing lifestyle content. Previously, Annie was a member of GH's special projects team, where she worked on GH Tested reviews and helped run GH's events. She has a degree in magazine journalism from Syracuse University and has previously worked at Runner's World, NBC New York/NY 4 and Woman's Day.
Hannah (she/her) is an editorial assistant for Good Housekeeping, where she writes health content and assists with social media strategy across platforms including Instagram, TikTok, Facebook and Twitter. Previously GH's editorial fellow, she earned her B.A. in writing seminars and psychology from Johns Hopkins University. When she isn’t endlessly scrolling through social media, you can find her clicking away behind a camera or trying out new food spots in NYC.
Adrianna (she/her) is an editorial assistant covering TV, movies, music and celebrity culture for Good Housekeeping. She graduated from Yeshiva University in 2018, with a B.A. in journalism and a minor in business management. When she's not watching Netflix, she takes martial arts lessons (she loves kickboxing and krav maga!), consumes too much coffee and dreams about penning her next big story. Follow her @acfreedman.
Editorial Business Manager
Laurie Jennings (she/her) is general manager of the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she oversees business and editorial strategy and leads a team of scientists, consumer product specialists and editorial experts that tests products, creates science-backed content, reports on consumer behavior, assesses items for the GH Seal and much more. Laurie is a sought-after speaker for CES, SXSW and the Global Wellness Summit and a judge for awards from ASME and Digiday. As a HearstLab Scout, she screens startups for investment by Hearst. Follow her at @lauriejenningsnyc.
Rachel Rothman (she/her) is the chief technologist and executive technical director at the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she oversees testing methodology, implementation and reporting for all GH Labs. She also manages GH’s growing research division and the analysis of applicants for the GH Seal and all other testing emblems. Rachel holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering and applied mechanics, with a minor in mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania. During her 15 years at Good Housekeeping, Rachel has evaluated thousands of products.
Jessica (she/her) is the deputy editor at the Good Housekeeping Institute and a longtime product tester, reviewer, writer and editor of beauty and lifestyle content. She has over a decade of industry experience, previously as a beauty editor at USA TODAY's Reviewed, where she launched the beauty vertical and tested hundreds of products; prior to that, she covered lifestyle and travel trends for publications like the Boston Globe and the New York Times. You can usually find her sorting through piles of beauty products — and testing the best ones on camera. Follow her at @jessicarteich.
Sarah (she/her) is a senior editor & analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she tests products and covers the best picks across home, kitchen, tech, health and food. She has been cooking professionally since 2017 and has tested kitchen appliances and gear for Family Circle as well as developed recipes and food content for Simply Recipes, Martha Stewart Omnimedia, OXO and Food52. She holds a certificate in professional culinary arts from the International Culinary Center (now Institute of Culinary Education). Follow her at @sarahgwharton.
Jen Gushue (they/them) is a senior product and reviews editor at the Good Housekeeping Institute, covering home, cooking and cleaning appliances, tech, wellness, parenting and more. Previously, Jen oversaw the home and kitchen reference team at Insider and served as a buying guides editor. Outside of service journalism, Jen writes the occasional theater feature for TDF Stages. They are a graduate of George Washington University.
Raena Loper (she/her) is a product and reviews updates editor at the Good Housekeeping Institute, covering textiles, home, wellness, tech and more. Prior to working at GH, she was an assistant lifestyle editor at O, The Oprah Magazine where she covered fashion, food, tech and beauty content. She is a graduate of Montclair State University with a degree in fashion studies as well as in gender sexuality and women's studies. Follow her @raena.rbl.
Jacqueline (she/her) is an associate editor at the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she covers all things e-commerce in beauty, lifestyle and beyond. Before joining GH, she was a style and beauty reviews fellow at Insider, where she tested viral trends to reviewed sustainable brands. She's a graduate of the University of Florida's school of journalism, with a specialty in magazine and mass communication. Follow her @jacquelinesaguin.
In addition to her job as the assistant to the general manager of the Good Housekeeping Institute, Abigail is also currently working toward her master of science in publishing in digital and print media at New York University. Prior to GH, she worked at LSU Press and the Southern Review. In her free time you can find her quilting, knitting, cross-stitching or working on any manner of craft.
Beauty, Health & Sustainability Lab
Birnur K. Aral, Ph.D
Birnur (she/her) has led the Beauty, Health and Sustainability Lab at the GH Institute since 2007. In addition to earning M.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees in chemical engineering, she recently added a professional certificate in sustainability management from Columbia University to her credentials. Birnur is an active leader in GH's green initiatives, including the Sustainable Innovation Awards and the Raise the Green Bar Summit. She also oversees the brand's annual Beauty Awards selection process. Follow her @beautyscience.
Sabina (she/her) is a senior chemist in the Beauty, Health and Sustainability Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute. She has a B.S. in chemistry from Ithaca College and more than 16 years of experience working in the pharmaceutical and personal care industries. Since joining GH in 2012, Sabina has overseen numerous laboratory and consumer studies across skincare, haircare and makeup categories. She also reviews applications, substantiates claims and evaluates products for the GH Seal and various awards programs.
Danusia (she/her) is a chemist in the Beauty, Health and Sustainability Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute where she evaluates haircare, skincare, cosmetics and beauty tools. She holds a B.S. in chemistry from St. John’s University and a M.S. in pharmaceutical sciences with concentration in cosmetic science from the University of Cincinnati. Danusia has over 10 years of experience in the personal care industry including formulation, product development, claim evaluation and efficacy testing.
Chiara (she/her) conducts hands-on testing of health and beauty products at the Good Housekeeping Institute. She earned her bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Columbia University. Before joining GH, she worked as a cosmetic chemist, formulating skincare products for a variety of brands and learning to decode ingredient lists, evaluate ingredient efficacy and scrutinize product claims.
Home Care & Cleaning Lab
Carolyn E. Forté
Carolyn Forte (she/her) brings 40+ years experience as a consumer products expert to her role as executive director of the Good Housekeeping Institute's Home Care and Cleaning Lab. She holds a B.A. in family and consumer sciences from Queens College, City University of New York and has deep testing and writing expertise around appliances, cleaning, textiles and organizational products. Carolyn oversees all of GH's cleaning and home care advice, and has authored numerous books and special publications. For the past three years, Carolyn has partnered with the American Cleaning Institute to co-produce the Discover Cleaning Summits.
Jodhaira (she/her) is a reviews analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute’s Home Care and Cleaning Lab, where she tests and writes about home appliances, cleaning products and cleaning tips. Since joining the Institute in 2021, she has tested dozens of vacuums and researched everything from the history of dry cleaning to the best stain removers. Prior to GH, she graduated from Hofstra University with a B.A. in forensic science and spent two years as an analyst in an environmental lab in Queens.
Textiles, Paper & Apparel Lab
Lexie Sachs (she/her) is the executive director of the Textiles Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute where she researches, tests and reports on fabric-based products ranging from sheets, mattresses and towels to bras, fitness apparel and other clothing. She also evaluates luggage, rain gear, disposable paper goods and baby products. Lexie has more than 15 years of experience in the textiles industry and a degree in fiber science from Cornell University. She sits on several industry committees and has served as an expert judge for various awards programs.
Emma Seymour (she/her) is a senior product analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute. Since joining the Textiles Lab in 2018, she has led rigorous testing for tampons, luggage, pillows, period underwear, towels and more. In fact, she's tested over 500 home products and 200 items of clothing. She graduated from Cornell University with a B.S. in fiber science and apparel design and a minor in gerontology, completing research in the Body Scanner Lab on optimizing activewear for athletic performance.
Grace Wu (she/her) is a product analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she evaluates fabric-based products using specialized equipment and consumer tester data. Prior to working at Good Housekeeping, she earned a master of engineering in materials science and engineering and a B.S. in fiber science from Cornell University. While earning her degrees, Grace worked in research laboratories for smart textiles and nanotechnology and held internships at Open Style Lab and Rent the Runway.
Amanda (she/her) researches and reports on all types of products for the Textiles, Paper & Apparel Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute. She earned undergraduate degrees in apparel merchandising and product development and advertising and marketing communications. She also holds a master of science degree in consumer sciences from Ohio State University. Prior to joining Good Housekeeping, Amanda was a lecturer for the fashion and retail studies program at Ohio State, where she taught fashion and textiles courses.
Kitchen Appliances & Innovation Lab
Nicole (she/her) is the director of the Good Housekeeping Institute's Kitchen Appliances and Innovation Lab, where she oversees all content and testing related to kitchen and cooking appliances, tools and gear; she’s an experienced product tester and developer, as well as recipe creator, trained in classic culinary arts and culinary nutrition. She has worked in test kitchens for small kitchen appliance brands and magazines including Family Circle and Ladies’ Home Journal. She enjoys spinning, yoga and lying on the beach — with an insulated tumbler of wine in hand. Follow her at @nicole_papantoniou.
Eva (she/her) is a reviews analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute's Kitchen Appliances Lab, where she tests kitchen gear, appliances and culinary innovations. She graduated from New York University with a B.S. in food studies, nutrition and public health and was trained as a chef at the Natural Gourmet Institute. Eva has over 10 years of experience in the food industry, working as a food stylist, personal chef and marketing manager. In her free time, Eva can be found strolling the grocery store aisles, cooking up something delicious or trying out new restaurants. Follow her at @eatingwitheva.
Stefani (she/her) is a registered dietitian, NASM-certified personal trainer and deputy director of the Good Housekeeping Institute Nutrition Lab, where she handles all nutrition- and fitness-related content, testing and evaluation. She holds a B.A. in nutritional sciences from Pennsylvania State University and a master's degree in clinical nutrition from New York University. She is an avid CrossFitter, a passionate home cook and loves spending time with her big fit Greek family.
Media, Tech, Home Improvement, Wellness, Parenting & Pet Labs
Having written thousands of product reviews and how-to articles on all aspects of home ownership, from routine maintenance to major renovations, Dan (he/him) brings more than 20 years of industry experience to his role as the director of the Home Improvement & Outdoor Lab at the Good Housekeeping Institute. A one-time roofer and a serial remodeler, Dan can often be found keeping house at his restored Brooklyn brownstone, where he lives with his wife and kids.
Olivia (she/her) is a media and tech reviews analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she covers tech, home, auto, appliances, health and more. She has more than five years of experience writing about tech trends and innovations and, prior to joining Good Housekeeping, was a writer for Android Central, Lifewire and other media outlets. Olivia’s a graduate of George Washington University, with a B.A. in journalism, political science and French. She also holds a master’s degree in communications from Sciences Po Paris. Follow her at @olivialipski.
Jamie (she/her) is the parenting and pets reviews analyst at the Good Housekeeping Institute where she spends the majority of her time researching and writing about pet and family products. Prior to working at Good Housekeeping, she worked at BuzzFeed and People covering a combination of product reviews and lifestlye content. She's a graduate of Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and has a B.A. in journalism and psychology and her master’s degree in journalism.
Alec Scherma (he/him) is the Good Housekeeping Institute’s test engineer, where he helps create and implement new product testing methodologies across home, cooking, cleaning, wellness, tech products and more. He graduated from Drexel University’s College of Engineering with a B.A. in mechanical engineering. He is originally from Los Angeles, but escaped the warmth and now lives in Manhattan with his girlfriend, where they eat their way across the city.
As the Good Housekeeping Institute's lab assistant, Nik (he/him) works with all Labs to develop testing protocols and manage data collection and analysis. Before joining Good Housekeeping, Nik worked at MIT and Regeneron, on projects ranging from chemical inventory and reporting to the development of bioassays. He holds a degree in chemical engineering from Northeastern University. When he’s not in the GH Labs, you’ll find him producing music or occasionally freelancing as a makeup artist.
Lisa (she/her) is the executive director of the Hearst Health Newsroom, a team that produces health content for Good Housekeeping, Prevention and Woman’s Day. The former executive editor of Women’s Health, The Good Life and Parenting magazines and a senior editor at Esquire and Glamour, she has specialized in producing investigative health reports and other stories that help people live their healthiest lives. She’s won many awards, including the National Magazine Award, and one of her best days was when President Obama and Michelle Obama each tweeted a link to one of her articles.
Stephanie (she/her) is the deputy director of the Hearst Health Newsroom, where she writes, edits and otherwise creates health content for Good Housekeeping, Prevention and other Hearst titles. She has covered women's physical and emotional health, nutrition, sexuality and the multitudes of topics they contain for national publications for decades, and is also a bestselling author, mom of twins, a dog mom and an intuitive eater in progress.
Alyssa (she/her) is a senior editor at the Hearst Health Newsroom, where she reports, writes and edits research-backed health content for Good Housekeeping, Prevention and Woman's Day. With more than 13 years of experience, she previously worked as research chief at Reader’s Digest, where she was responsible for the website's health vertical as well as editing health content for the print magazine. She has also written for Chowhound, HealthiNation.com, Huffington Post and more. Follow her at @therealalyssaj.
Kaitlyn Pirie (she/her) is a senior editor in the Hearst Health Newsroom, where she reports, writes and edits research-backed health content for Good Housekeeping, Prevention and Woman's Day. She has more than 10 years of experience talking to top medical professionals and poring over studies to figure out the science of how our bodies work. She then seamlessly turns what she learns into engaging and easy-to-read stories about medical conditions, nutrition, exercise, sleep and mental health. She holds a B.S. in magazine journalism from Syracuse University.
Zee Krstic (he/him) is the health editor for Good Housekeeping, where he covers health and nutrition news, decodes diet and fitness trends and reviews the best products in the wellness aisle. Zee fostered a nutrition background previously as an editor at Cooking Light, and is continually developing his grasp of holistic health through collaboration with leading academic experts and clinical care providers. He has written about food and dining for Time among other publications.
Chief Food Director, Hearst Lifestyle Group
Kate Merker (she/her) oversees the team that produces food content for several Hearst titles, including Good Housekeeping, Women’s Health, Prevention, Woman’s Day and Country Living. After earning a B.A. in anthropology from Yale University, she graduated first in her class at the Culinary Institute of America. She has worked at Bayard's, a classic French restaurant in lower Manhattan, and New York City's famed Gotham Bar and Grill.
Trish Clasen Marsanico
Trish (she/her) is the deputy food editor at Good Housekeeping, where she covers all things food, from cooking trends and delicious recipes to top-tested kitchen products and grocery finds. She has over a decade of experience writing about food for GH, Women’s Health, Prevention, Redbook, Woman’s Day, the Daily Meal and Food Network. When she’s not at the supermarket or trying out a new recipe, you can find her at the beach, in her backyard or on the couch — typically with a glass of wine in hand.
Becca Miller (she/her) has been working with the Good Housekeeping food team since 2018, and she spends her time researching and writing about tasty recipes, food trends and top cooking tools. She graduated from New York University with a liberal arts degree, focusing on creative writing. She makes killer scrambled eggs, enjoys a glass of un-oaked Chardonnay and takes pride in her love of reality television.
Samantha (she/her) is an editorial assistant on the Good Housekeeping food team, where she writes about tasty recipes, must-try food products and top-tested secrets for home cooking success. She has taste-tasted hundreds of products and recipes since joining GH in 2020 (tough job!). A graduate of Fordham University, she considers the kitchen to be her happiest place.
Monique Valeris (she/her) is the senior home editor for Good Housekeeping, where she oversees the brand's home decorating coverage across print and digital. Prior to joining GH in 2020, she was the digital editor at ELLE Decor. In her current role, she explores everything from design trends and home tours to lifestyle product recommendations, including her monthly column, "What's in My Cart." Her idea of a well-decorated room? It must include a dose of pattern play, globally-inspired pieces and, of course, brass accents.
Alyssa Gautieri (she/her) is the associate lifestyle editor for Good Housekeeping, where she covers all things home and interior design, exploring everything from home tours and design trends to DIY projects and lifestyle product recommendations. She’s written for ELLE Decor, Chairish, BobVila.com, Unique Homes Magazine and LODGING Magazine, in addition to product copy for home brands like BrylaneHome and VIGO Industries. Her personal home style includes a mix of industrial, minimalist, mid-century modern — and anything pre-approved by her dog Skye.
Mariah Thomas (she/her) is an assistant editor for Good Housekeeping where she covers home and lifestyle content. Mariah has more than four years of editorial experience, having written for TLC, Apartment Therapy, Women's Health and Avocado Magazine. She received her master's degree in journalism at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism and published her first book,, Heart and Soul: Poems of Thoughts and Emotions in 2019. She's also the founder of RTF Community, a platform for creatives of color to connect and showcase their work.
April Franzino (she/her) is the Beauty Director at Good Housekeeping. She produces and oversees all beauty editorial content, including pitching, reporting, writing, editing and market work, culminating with the magazine’s yearly Beauty Awards special. April also oversees the beauty content of Woman’s Day and Prevention magazines. She represents them on television, radio, and online, having appeared on The Dr. Oz Show, Good Morning America, NBC New York Live, PIX11 News and Today.com.
Catharine (she/her) is the Beauty Assistant at Good Housekeeping, Woman’s Day and Prevention, working closely with the Good Housekeeping Institute Beauty Lab to write beauty content. She was previously an Assistant Beauty Editor at Group Nine Media and returns to Hearst after holding beauty and editorial internships at Harper’s Bazaar and CR Fashion Book. Catharine received a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Southern California's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. When she’s not consuming all things beauty, you can find her at the beach (with SPF!) or a hockey game. Connect with her @catharinemalzahn.
Art & Design
Visual Styling Director
Associate Art Director
Senior Video Producer
Digital Imaging Specialist
Research & Copy
Deputy Copy Chief
Hearst Visual Group
Deputy Visual Director
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