You may or may not remember when Elaine Welteroth became the first African-American beauty director at Teen Vogue, but now, she has moved up as their new editor-in-chief. At 29, she is the youngest editor in the company’s 107-year history and only the second black woman to head a Conde Nast book ever.
Welteroth has worked at Glamour and Ebony magazines with great success and has been at Teen Vogue for almost four years. She went to Cal State in Sacramento and got her degree in Mass Communications/Media Studies with a minor in journalism.
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