Glamour has tapped John Dioso as executive director of editorial operations.
Dioso, who will start his job on Feb. 16, will manage all editorial operations for the title, including staff and resource planning, as well as supervision of franchise and new initiatives ranging from conferences to digital partnerships.
An editor with over 20 years of experience, Dioso most recently was at Hearst, where he served as executive managing editor of Cosmopolitan and Seventeen. There, he oversaw editorial budgets. Before that, he spent eight years as deputy managing editor of Rolling Stone, served as managing editor of US Weekly and held a variety of positions at Martha Stewart Living, Condé Nast Women’s Sports and Fitness and New York.
“I couldn’t be more pleased to welcome John to Glamour,” said editor in chief Cindi Leive. “His vast experience and killer track record in media will be key to Glamour’s continued growth this year and beyond. At a time when our audience wants us to connect with them on a range of platforms — via everything from live experiences to social media — John has the depth of experience necessary to help our brand seamlessly manage these new projects while continuing to produce first-rate content.”