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Congratulations are in order for Keija Minor!

The beautiful and brilliant Minor has been promoted to the position of Editor-In-Chief of Brides Magazine. To some this may not sound like anything truly special, however her new position makes Keija the first African American to hold such a position at a Conde Nast magazine. 

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With magazines like Glamour, Vogue and GQ under the Conde Nast roof, this new announcement is a big deal.

Conde Nast has been in existence since 1909 and currently produces over 18 magazines.

Minor was the executive editor at Brides before this recent promotion. Additionally, from the years 2008 – 2011, she held the position of Editor-In-Chief of Uptown Magazine.

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Minor fills the top spot at Brides that was left vacant after the announcement earlier this month that Anne Fulenwider would be leaving the title to become the new editor-in-chief of Marie Claire. This means that she will have big shoes to fill, however we are more than sure she’ll be just fine. 

Congratulations Keija, you deserve it.

Keija Minor Promoted To First African American Editor-In-Chief At Conde Nast (DETAILS)  was originally published on globalgrind.com