Change at the Top for Condé Nast Traveler

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Condé Nast Traveler’s leadership is shifting, starting with executive editor Peter Jon Lindberg’s departure from the magazine this month. Moving up the ladder now are Candice Rainey, who has been named to replace Lindberg, and Lauren DeCarlo, who will replace Rainey as deputy editor. The magazine has also hired Alexandra Postman as their new features director; Postman joins from Whole Living where she was editor in chief. Get inspired and plan your next destination by following on Pinterest.

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