Condé Nast Traveler has raided The New York Times Luxury Group yet again.
Condé Nast Traveler publisher and chief revenue officer Brendan Monaghan, who recently served as vice president of advertising at The Times and as publisher of T: The New York Times Magazine, has poached a trio of former colleagues.
Monaghan has added Mark Lloyd, a Times luxury advertising and strategy director, as CNT’s integrated advertising director, as well as Peter St. John, a Times fashion manager, who will serve as international fashion and luxury director. The publisher also lured Parker Bowab as head of creative. Bowab, who currently serves as design director for T Brand Studio, joins CNT head of sales Amanda Smith, who was hired away from The Times as associate publisher in December.
The Times, which is still on the hunt for Monaghan’s successor, said Wednesday that it named Lisa Ryan Howard senior vice president of advertising. Howard’s role will include luxury, fashion and home clusters, in addition to corporate education.
Howard joins The Times from WebMD and Yahoo, where she served as executive vice president, chief of consumer strategy and business lead. Before that, she worked as publisher of Billboard. She also spent 14 years — from 1996 to 2010 — at Condé Nast, where she held a variety of roles, including senior vice president and chief revenue officer of Fairchild Fashion Group; vice president, interactive, Condé Nast Media Group; vice president, publisher of style.com, and executive director of corporate sales.
Howard will start her job on Feb. 22.