Todd R. Haskell

Todd is the SVP/Chief Marketing Officer of Hearst Magazines. In this role, he is responsible for the corporate marketing functions for Hearst’s industry-leading portfolio of 25 multi-platform magazine brands, including Elle, Cosmopolitan, Esquire, Men’s Health and Good Housekeeping. Todd also leads Hearst Magazine’s marketplace and industry relations efforts, as well as press relations. Hearst Magazines reaches over 300 million consumers every month across print, online, video and social media platforms.

Previous to this role, Todd served for six years as Chief Revenue Officer for Hearst Magazines Digital Media, a period where HMDM saw unparalleled growth in revenue and profits. Before Hearst, Todd served in a variety of leadership roles at The New York Times, including Group Vice President for Advertising, where he was responsible for all sales activities on, and responsibility for cross-platform sales (newspaper, magazines, mobile, and experiential) for a variety of The Times’ largest categories, including fashion, retail, culture, and travel as well as their international sales offices.

Todd started his career at The New York Times Company in 1989 as an intern, later becoming an advertising account manager at McCall’s. From 1994 to 2004, he worked for Meredith Corporation in numerous positions, including General Manager of Ladies’ Home Journal (where he managed circulation, production, finance and operations) and Managing Director of Meredith Integrated Marketing. He also served as General Manager for the 1998 launch of MORE Magazine, the successful title serving the baby boomer audience.

Todd earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from St. Lawrence University in 1990 and an M.B.A. degree from Fordham University in 1997. He resides in Manhattan with his wife Angela, and their two rescue dogs, Bella and Bowie.