Stephanie George was Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Time Inc. In this
role, she was responsible for the company’s overall positioning and promotion, and for managing and growing Time Inc.’s marketing services capabilities and non-branded revenue opportunities.
She oversaw Marketing, Research and Insights, and Time Inc. Content Solutions, a custom
publishing and marketing services division. Also, in George’s oversight were Media Networks
Inc. (MNI) and Targeted Media Inc. (TMI). George also managed Time Inc.’s relationship with
American Express Publishing and held a seat on its board. In addition, she led the company’s
cross-enterprise relationship with Time Warner Global Media Group.
George has held an Executive Vice President title at Time Inc. since 2007, serving in several capacities. As President of Time Inc. Advertising Sales and Marketing from 2008 to 2010, she led the company to record gains in share of market, with the Corporate Sales & Marketing
winning Min’s 2010 Marketer of the Year award. Prior to that, George led the company’s Style
and Entertainment brands, including People, People en Español, People Style Watch,
Entertainment Weekly, In Style, Essence, and Real Simple.
George joined Time Inc. as President on In Style in 2001, establishing the brand as an
unparalleled industry leader, and leading the transformation from magazine to global brand.
Before joining Time Inc., George was at Fairchild Publications from 1988. She served as
President, Women’s Wear Daily Media Worldwide, as well as Executive Vice President of
Fairchild Publications. Prior to that, as Publisher of W for ten years, she remade the broadsheet into a glossy consumer monthly and presided over the successful launch of Jane.
Currently, George is part of the board of Burberry Group in London and she served on the boards of MPA (The Association of Magazine Media), and Lincoln Center, and the Fashion Institute of Technology.
George was recognized by the American Cancer Society as the 2008 Dream Ball honoree and in
2009 was named Woman of the Year by the United Service Organizations (USO).