Bonnie Fuller is the creator of the celebrity news weekly phenomenon, and was twice named Advertising Age's "Editor of the Year." Most recently, she relaunched HollywoodLife.com and serves as the president and editor-in-chief. She also hosts a weekly HollywoodLife podcast.
She served as EVP, chief editorial director of American Media, Inc, from 2003-2008, where she oversaw the production of 23 magazines, including Star, Celebrity Living, Shape and Men’s Fitness.
Fuller previously worked as the editor-in-chief of Us Weekly where she restructured, redesigned, and repackaged was what originally the monthly Us magazine. Under Fuller’s charge, the celebrity news weekly was born and newsstand sales increased over 100%.
She is also author of the forthcoming book, The Joys of Much Too Much: The Great Career, the Perfect Guy, and Everything Else You’ve Ever Wanted, in which she asserts - go for the big life - the importance for women of living a full life of romance, career and family, even if it means having to "cram it all in."
Fuller was editor in chief of Glamour for three years where she strengthened the magazine’s renowned coverage of beauty, health and women’s issues. Under her leadership, Glamour’s circulation rate base raised from 2 million to 2.1 million, the highest ever. She was editor in chief of Cosmopolitan from 1996-1998, where she revamped the title, following on heels of legendary editor, Helen Gurley Brown. Fuller led the magazine to record profitability and reversed the circulation downturn of several years. She grew newsstand sales 18% from 1.6 to 1.9 million in the first year, and grew the rate base from 2.25 to 2.4 million during her tenure.
She was editor in chief of Marie Claire from 1993 to 1996 where she conceived and launched the title in the U.S. for the American market. Under her leadership, the magazine went from a rate base of 250,000 to 500,000. For her achievements, Fuller and her team received Advertising Age’s Award for "Magazine Launch of the Year." In 1989, Fuller was named the editor in chief of YM where she redesigned and re-launched the teen title, changing the name from Young Miss to Young & Modern. Circulation of the magazine soared from 700,000 to 1.75 million. Previous to that, Fuller was Editor-in-Chief of Flare, Canada's fashion magazine from 1983-1989.
A graduate of University of Toronto, Fuller and her husband currently live in Hastings-on-Hudson with their 4 children.
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