Conde Nast Fills Empty Cookie Post

Carolyn Kremins Named VP-Publisher

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NEW YORK ( -- After searching for the last couple of weeks, Conde Nast named Carolyn Kremins VP-publisher of parenting magazine Cookie.
Carolyn Kremins
Carolyn Kremins

Ms. Kremins will be leaving as group publisher at Dennis Publishing's The Week, a post she's held since 2002. Before working at The Week, Ms. Kremins was group publisher of Maxim, Maxim Online and Maxim Fashion. She started working at Dennis Publishing in 1996 as publisher of Stuff.

With her appointment at Cookie, Ms. Kremins returns to Conde Nast. She first joined the company in 1992 as beauty director for House & Garden. In 1993, she became ad director of Bon Appetit. She also has held sales positions at Elle and Shape magazines.

Hiring spree
Ms. Kremins replaces Eva Dillon, who was hired away on March 14 to be publisher of Reader's Digest. Ms. Dillon rejoins former colleague Mary Berner, who was installed less than a month ago as CEO of Reader's Digest Association after it was acquired by Ripplewood Holdings. Ms. Berner has embarked on a hiring spree to fill out her executive ranks, bringing in, along with Ms. Dillon, Conde Nast Senior VP-Corporate Sales Suzanne Grimes and DeBeers North America CEO Alyce Alston.
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