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Condé Nast Names Leta Shy Editor in Chief of Self

Leta Shy is Self's new editor in chief. Spencer Cotton
Leta Shy is Self's new editor in chief. Spencer Cotton

The US-based digital fitness-focused magazine’s newest leader comes from its consumer marketing division, where Shy was the global commerce category director of health, beauty and fitness since January. Shy had only just left Self last year, having joined the title in 2015 as deputy editor, and later serving as executive director and interim editor in chief. Like Condé Nast’s other US-based editors, Shy will report to Anna Wintour, Vogue global editorial director and Condé Nast chief content officer.

Self’s former editor Carolyn Kylstra left the title for a role at Google overseeing special projects and digital platforms earlier this year.

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