Jane Francisco is in the House!

Jane Francisco

Jane Francisco

Hail to the Chief! As in Editor-in-Chief! Jane Francisco, one of our favorite panelists from our Corporate State: Toronto summits, has taken on a new challenge – leaping from Canada’s premier lifestyle magazine and media brand Chateleine to lead the iconic American magazine Good Housekeeping. Jane was appointed editor-in-chief of Good Housekeeping in November 2013.

She now oversees all content for the magazine,
which reaches 21 million readers each month;

Good Housekeeping’s Web site,
viewed by more than 3.5 million users monthly, Good Housekeeping mag cover
and the Good Housekeeping Research Institute, the testing laboratories that evaluate products appearing in the magazine and website and award the highly recognized Good Housekeeping Seal.

As editor-in-chief of Chatelaine, from 2009-2013, she transformed the magazine into a business that includes print, online, television, mobile and radio. Before Chatelaine, Francisco was editor-in-chief of Style at Home. Prior to that, she was founding editor-in-chief of St. Joseph’s Media’s Wish from 2004 to 2008, and was appointed editorial director of the company’s Lifestyle Group in 2006, adding oversight of Gardening Life and Canadian Family. In 2001, Jane was named launch editor-in-chief of the beauty and health-focused Glow, where she served until 2004.

Earlier in her career, Francisco was marketing director at Fashion magazine and worked with Futurebrand creating the image and strategy for new brands in the U.S. and Canada. She also co-created the acclaimed national arts and culture magazine Venue.

We look forward to hearing more from Jane as she conquers yet another pinnacle!


Categories: Creativity, Influence, Leadership


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