Folio: 100 Honorees To Be Fêted at Celebration Luncheon on December 6 in New York City

NEW YORK — Folio: is pleased to unveil its 2018 Folio: 100 Honorees. Each year, an elite group of media professionals are selected to represent the best and brightest minds in magazine and digital media today. The 2018 class of honorees includes: Hearst Magazine's Troy Young, National Geographic's Susan Goldberg, Trusted Media Brand's Kari Hodes, Adweek's Jeffrey Litvack, Meredith's Tom Harty, New York Times Magazine's Gail Bichler, and more. View the 2018 Folio: 100 Honorees "The Folio: 100 is a veritable who’s who in magazine media," says Folio: Content Director, Caysey Welton. "These are the folks who are changing the face of our industry, across every sector and every discipline. Their leadership, creativity, vision and entrepreneurial spirit is truly inspiring." For more information, visit www.FolioMag.com. Honorees will be recognized at a Celebration Luncheon on Thursday, December 6, 2018 at the Yale Club in New York City from 12:00 - 2:30pm. To register for the luncheon, click here. For questions about attending the Folio: 100 Celebration Luncheon, contact Folio: Marketing Manager Jessica Dombrowski at [email protected] To become an event sponsor, or secure a congratulatory ad in the program guide, contact Folio: Senior Account Executive Tania Babiuk at [email protected] About Folio: Folio: is the information resource publishing executives turn to for news analysis, commentary, and thought leadership in driving business strategy, value creation... Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

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