Former Chatelaine art director Cameron Williamson is set to become editor-in-chief at Glow magazine on November 30. And in another change at Rogers publishing, Dianne de Fenoyl is adding the job of editorial director at Chatelaine to her current role of managing editor of Maclean’s.
Masthead Online reports on the changes.
In the past de Fenoyl has been editor of Globe and Mail Review, executive editor of Saturday Night and life editor of the National Post.
Williamson became art director at Chatelaine in 2006 after roles at Toro magazine and the National Post.
About Williamson’s appointment, magazine consultant D.B. Scott notes on his Canadian Magazines blog:
“This is unusual. Except in instances when they start a magazine themselves, it is quite rare for the career path of an art director to lead to becoming editor-in-chief.”
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