Less than a year after being appointed as part of a trio-team of Editor-in-Chiefs for Teen Vogue, Elaine Welthroth will now be leading the charge solo.
The now 30-year-old, who became the youngest and first Black woman appointed to the role of EIC in Condé Nast’s history, has grown Teen Vogue’s online presence from nearly 3 million monthly views to more than 9 million–a 200 percent increase.
In her role, Welthroth will continue expanding the brand by introducing new products and experiences for its consumers.
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