Editor-in-Chief, Teen Vogue
Elaine Welteroth is the editor-in-chief of Teen Vogue. At 29, she is the youngest person in Condé Nast’s history to be appointed to that position, as well as only the second black person in the company’s history to hold the EIC position. Welteroth has been credited by The New York Times and others for reinventing the magazine as the go-to source for socially conscious young women. Before becoming editor-in-chief, Welteroth served as the magazine’s beauty and health editor for five years, and prior to that, she was senior beauty editor at Glamour and beauty and style editor at Ebony.