Back by Popular Demand! GH Editor in Chief Jane Francisco Joins Corporate State Summit

Jane Francisco

Jane Francisco

Jane Francisco, former Editor in Chief of Canada’s CHATELAINE Magazine, and now Editorial Director, Hearst Lifestyle Group and Editor in Chief of Good Housekeeping, is returning to The Corporate State: Toronto for our May 17 Summit. Jane will join the “Emotional Dislocation” panel discussion of our burgeoning digital life, and how we can live and create new and vibrant hope – for  companionship, creativity, safety, heightened learning, and more in this explosive age. With the ultimate infusion of more technology, Jane’s will be an important voice on how we capitalize on the best it has to offer and how our connections, emotional reactions and conversation will change as we continue to be digitally tethered.

Jane Francisco is an exciting force in publishing. She was appointed editor in chief of Good Housekeeping in November 2013. At Good Housekeeping, she oversees all content for the magazine, which reaches 30 million readers each month in print, online and socially.  Unique to the brand Francisco also oversees the Good Housekeeping Institute (GHI), a state-of-the-art testing facility that evaluates thousands of products and digital properties each year and tests for the Good Housekeeping Seal. Everything appearing in the magazine and website have been vetted by GHI. As Editorial Director of Hearst’s Lifetsyle Group, Jane now also oversees content and growth of the Redbook and Woman’s Day titles. The Corporate State Summit is proud to welcome Jane back and have her wisdom on May 17!

If you are a senior-level woman executive or business leader
and would like to receive an invitation to register for the 2017 Summit,
please contact us at: katherine@bedlamproductionsinc.com
or call 844-552-3130.

 

 

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