Golf for Women Gets New Publisher

Conde Nast Traveler's Christopher McLoughlin Replaces Lee Slattery

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NEW YORK (AdAge.com) -- Another publisher change at Conde Nast Publications, as Golf for Women VP-Publisher Lee Slattery today left the company and Christopher McLoughlin, who had been associate publisher at Conde Nast Traveler since last fall, was named Golf for Women's new publisher. The news was announced internally by Mitch Fox, group publisher-publishing director, Conde Nast Publications.
Christopher McLoughlin
Christopher McLoughlin

Ms. Slattery had been VP-publisher at Golf for Women since May 2004. She was previously associate publisher of Glamour for three years and associate publisher of Allure prior to that. She was advertising director and then associate publisher of the now-defunct Conde Nast's Women's Sports & Fitness from 1996 to 2000.

Mr. McLoughlin joined Conde Nast in 2004 from Time Inc.'s Sports Illustrated.

The news continues a period of movement at Conde that first saw the publishers at Gourmet and Architectural Digest switch roles in February; this month's elevation of the Architectural Digest-turned-Gourmet publisher, Amy Churgin, to senior VP-corporate sales; Thomas Hartman's promotion from Gourmet associate publisher to Gourmet's VP-publisher to succeed Ms. Churgin; and the appointment of Carolyn Kremins to VP-publisher of Cookie magazine.

The Cookie and corporate sales posts opened up after former Conde Nast exec Mary Berner poached old friends to join her at Reader's Digest Association.
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