WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Westchester Home has announced a new editorial team of Jenn Andrlik as executive editor and Nancy Soriano as editor at large.
"We have brought in two highly experienced home/shelter/lifestyle editors to serve as Westchester Home's new editorial team," said Ralph Martinelli, publisher.
"Together, Jenn and Nancy bring national-level home editorial and branding expertise to our table. Jenn, Nancy, and I share the same editorial philosophy on the new and exciting directions to take Westchester Home. Our editorial team and I are eager to begin working with them to revamp the publication and grow the brand as the magazine enters its second decade.” Andrlik was a former senior editor at Martha Stewart Weddings and then at Martha Stewart Living specializing in home, holidays, and crafts, the former editor of HouseBeautiful.com, and has held contributing and freelance editorial positions with Better Homes & Gardens, Country Living, and ElleDecor.com, among others — as well as providing editorial consulting to a wide range of home-related clients.
“We want to be a resource for all things home, including accessories, designs, gardening, and entertaining and spotlight the talented people who live and work in Westchester County," said Andrlik.
Soriano is the former editor-in-chief of Country Living. During her decade-long tenure, she built the magazine into a multi-platform brand, including its book program, digital, events (she conceived and launched the magazine's Country Living Fair, and its Women Entrepreneurs event), broadcast, licensed products, and SIP/ancillary divisions. She is currently the editorial director for the e-commerce site Rue La La, and has served as a brand and media strategist for a wide range of editorial and digital clients. "I am excited to join the staff of Westchester Home and contribute to the magazine, offering dynamic content that reflects what is happening in home design and style today," said Soriano.
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