NEW YORK--()--Prevention magazine Editor-in-Chief Diane Salvatore announced today four new editorial appointments in Lori Powell as Food Director, Cass Spencer as Design Director, Marybeth Dulany as Photography Director and Mia Song as Deputy Art Director. Prevention magazine is the #1 healthy lifestyle brand in the U.S. and published by Rodale Inc.
Salvatore says, “I can’t think of a more exciting way to start the New Year than to welcome Lori, Cass, Marybeth and Mia, who are absolutely tops in their fields. With these staff additions, Prevention readers will enjoy even more creative and dynamic content and visuals from the magazine they already trust to be a leader and an inspiration in helping them live a healthier lifestyle every single day.”
Powell is a chef, food editor and stylist with more than 20 years of experience. She served as Food Director at Real Simple and Deputy Editor, Food and Entertaining, at Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings, and Food and Entertaining Director at Ladies’ Home Journal. She started her career at Gourmet where, for 13 years, as Food Editor/Stylist, she helped style and develop recipes for more than 15 Gourmet cookbooks. Powell has also worked with Cooking Light, Health, Everyday with Rachael Ray, Food Network, Wine Spectator, Better Homes & Gardens, and Weight Watchers. She completed her culinary training at Peter Kump’s New York Cooking School (now the Institute of Culinary Education) in 1990, where she received Blue Ribbon distinction in Techniques of Professional French Cooking, Pastry and Baking. In 2006, she was inducted into the first Alumni Hall of Achievement for “The Institute of Culinary Education,” one of 50 honorees chosen from 30 years of ICE graduates.
Spencer was most recently Deputy Art Director at People, where he was named a medal finalist in Online and Digital Design from the Society of Publication Designers (SPD). There since 2006, Spencer art directed numerous books and helped develop the People iPad app, in addition to his magazine duties. Prior to that, Spencer was Art Director at Teen People; before that, he was Senior Art Director at Cargo, where he received merit recognition from SPD. Spencer has held various posts in both New York and London as art and creative director, on numerous publications varying from music, sport and women’s titles.
Dulany was most recently the Photography Director for Health since 2008. Prior to that, she held the same title at Parents, Ladies’ Home Journal, McCall’s and Rosie. She has also held posts at Esquire and worked on the commemorative book Elvis Then & Now.
Song has 16 years of designing and art directing experience working with magazines including, Glamour, Men’s Health, BusinessWeek, TVGuide, and InStyle. Song holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the University of Michigan.
Prevention is the nation's leading healthy lifestyle brand, with a U.S. magazine audience of 10.2 million readers, 3.5 million readers worldwide of 16 international editions, and a top digital destination http://www.prevention.com that has 2.6 million unique visitors each month, 22 million page views, and 1.3 million newsletter subscribers. Each year, nearly 50 million Prevention-branded products are sold, including branded books, special-interest magazines and bookazines, and DVDs. Prevention's Twitter handle is @PreventionMag and Prevention can be found on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/preventionmagazine. Prevention magazine and its branded apps are available on the iPhone and iPad.