February 26, 2015
/ by Cision Staff
Vice has promoted Ellis Jones to editor in chief, making her the first woman to occupy the top position in the magazine’s 20-year history. She replaces Rocco Castoro, who resigned earlier this week. Jones first joined Vice as an intern and later worked her way up the editorial ladder to associate editor, then managing editor, before being named executive editor in September 2014. Follow Vice on Twitter for the “definitive guide to enlightening information.”
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