Anne Fulenwider was named Editor-in-Chief of the U.S. edition of Marie Claire in September 2012. She oversees all content for the brand’s print magazine, website, tablet editions and brand extensions, including Marie Claire @Work and the brand’s partnership with Lifetime Television’s “Project Runway” series.
Before taking the editor-in-chief role at Marie Claire, Fulenwider had been editor-in-chief of Brides since October 2011. Prior to that, she served as executive editor of Marie Claire for two years, starting in September 2009.
Previously, Fulenwider served as senior articles editor at Vanity Fair, where she edited features and launched the Fanfair section of the magazine in March 2000. Prior to Vanity Fair, Fulenwider was a senior editor at The Paris Review and served as George Plimpton’s research assistant on his book “Truman Capote.”
In 2015, Fulenwider won the “Editor of the Year” Eddie Award from Folio: Magazine and, in 2013, she was named Media Industry Newsletter’s “Editor of the Year.” Fulenwider serves on the boards of several prominent organizations, including the ANNpower Vital Voices Advisory Council (since 2013), the ITVS Women & Girls Lead Leadership Council (since 2014), All in Together, Women Leading Change (since 2015) and The UN Foundation’s Girl Up advisory board (since 2015).
Fulenwider graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.A. in English and American Literature from Harvard University in 1995.