Raise in the position of Kylee Krizmanic from the Creator Director post to the Editorial Content Director of both Midwest Living & Meredith Travel Media Group

The leader of media & marketing companies ,Meredith Corporation, which serves around 174 million non-identical American Women and eighty percent of the United States’ millennial women, made an announcement today that the position of Kylee Krizmanic has been raised from Creative Director post to the Editorial Content Director of Meredith Travel Marketing Content Studio, successfully directly.

The most recent Creative Director of both the Meredith Travel Marketing Content Studio & the Midwest Living, Krizmanic has a past experience of having senior design & editorial positions at Meredith. At the new position, Krizmanic will be overlooking content & editorial operations for the content marketing campaigns and the Midwest Living brand simultaneously. She has to report to the Vice President, Group of Meredith, Stephen Orr and she has taken the place of Trevor Meers who left the company at the start of this month.

Orr stated: “Since joining Midwest Living, Kylee has played a pivotal role in both the reinvention of the magazine and the growth of the content studio, from a single client to a current list of more than 15 clients. Her eye for beautiful design and powerful storytelling makes her the ideal choice to lead this beloved brand.”

Krizmanic further added her comments: “I’m thrilled to lead the talented team at Midwest Living and Meredith Travel Marketing. I look forward to continuing to provide Midwest Living’s audience with premium content as well as serving our national travel clients, which now include many states beyond the Midwest travel region.”

Under the leadership of Krizmanic, Midwest Living & the Meredith Travel Marketing Content Studio have gained recognition for the marvelous photography and design. They also won several awards nationally.

Krizmanic has her graduation completed at the Greater Des Moines Leadership Institute and proudly obtained a degree from the Univerity of Kansas.