Martha Stewart Living is getting its house in order.
Elizabeth Graves has been named editor in chief of Martha Stewart Living, succeeding Eric Pike.
Most recently, Graves was editor in chief of Martha Stewart Weddings. Earlier, she was the beauty and health director of Real Simple and before that was editorial director of beauty, health and fitness for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc.
Amy Conway succeeds Graves as editor in chief of Martha Stewart Weddings. She had been editor at large of Martha Stewart Living and has previously held roles at Martha Stewart Weddings and Everyday Food.
In addition, Meesha Diaz Haddad was named editorial general manager of both titles.
Graves, Conway and Haddad report to Linda Fears, vice president, editorial director for the Meredith Food Center for Excellence and editor in chief of Family Circle. Fears will serve as group editor.
The brands’ digital operations will continue to be directed by Janell Pittman, and report to Jon Werther, president of Meredith Digital. Kim Martin, chief strategy officer and head of original video production, will oversee digital video content creation for the brands.
Under a new 10-year licensing agreement, Meredith’s National Media Group assumed the editorial and operational teams for all print, digital and video functions for Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings.