Vogue publisher, Conde Nast, has named long-time expert Christiane Mack as Chief Content Operations Officer, a newly created role by the media group.
Mack’s new positions will entail him leading a newly created Content Operations Group, which has was established by the publishers previous Global Editorial Operations team.
As the new Chief Content Operation Officer, Mack will report to Condé Nast’s Chief Operating Officer and President for international, Wolfgang Blau.
Mack has been a long serving veteran at the publishing company with nearly three decades of her presence at Conde Nast. She joined the company in 1991 as executive director for the editorial and special projects teams at Vogue and Teen Vogue. Mack has been part of the Conde Nast for 25 year and has held several senior positions in operations and content strategy, now taking up position of Chief Content Operation Officer. She has been a clear asset to the media company through introducing key programmes, content partnerships and event.
In addition she has also refined the editorial practices and strikes a number of global contributor contracts. Her rich history of previous roles in leading publishers such as Associate Editor of Mirabella and Elle has been of clear value to Conde Nast.
The new group will be merged with the current global operations teams and will be providing digital content support for all of Condé Nast’s companies including vogue. Training support and quality control will be also be controlled for US based brands.
Mack will step into her new position in March 2020, following a changeover period during which she will hand over her former responsibilities.
Mack’s appointment has been followed by a number of newly created roles, including the newly created role of Chief Product and Technology officer, which was given to Sanjay Bhakta.