Ann S. Moore

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Ann S. Moore "has served on the board of directors of The Wallace Foundation since 2004.

"Moore was appointed chairman and chief executive officer of Time Inc. in July 2002. In this position, she oversees the world’s leading magazine company. Time Inc. publishes approximately 130 magazines, which are read more than 300 million times worldwide on a monthly basis and account for nearly a quarter of total advertising revenues of U.S. consumer magazines.

"Before assuming her current position, Moore had served as executive vice president of Time Inc. since June 2001, responsible for the business and development operations of several of the most popular consumer magazines in publishing—Time, People, In Style, People en Español and Real Simple. In addition, she managed the consumer marketing division of Time Inc.

"Moore joined Time Inc. in 1978 as a corporate financial analyst and subsequently served in key executive positions at Sports Illustrated, Fortune, Money and Discover magazines. She was the founding publisher of Sports Illustrated for Kids in 1989, until going to People as its publisher in July 1991.

"She was named president of People in 1993. During her tenure, Moore took what was already the most profitable weekly magazine in the United States to new heights of success, both domestically and internationally. Under her guidance, People grew from a single title to the centerpiece of a thriving magazine family—spinning off the Australian Who Weekly, followed by In Style, People en Español and Real Simple, as well as In Style’s growing international franchise.

"A native of McLean, VA, Moore graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1971 and received her M.B.A. from Harvard University in 1978. She joined Time Inc. later that year.

"Moore serves on the board of directors of Avon Products Inc. Her numerous awards and honors include her appearance on Fortune magazine’s list of “The 50 Most Powerful Women in American Business” for all nine years of its existence.

"In 2003, Moore received the first annual Time Warner Civic Leadership Award, which recognizes the senior executive at the company who does the most to foster a spirit of employee volunteerism and corporate responsibility." [1]

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  1. Ann S. Moore, Wallace Foundation, accessed August 20, 2008.