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Katie Brown
Editor-in-Chief, DIY
Kerry Diamond
Editor-In-Chief, Yahoo Food
Lindsay Powers
Editorial Director, Yahoo Parenting
Michele Promaulayko
Editor-in-Chief, Yahoo Health
Julia Bainbridge
Editor, Yahoo Food
Alex Van Buren
Food Features Editor, Yahoo Food
Rachel Tepper
Associate Food Editor, Yahoo Food
Katie Brown
Editor-in-Chief, DIY
To book Katie, please contact: Megan Levinson, (212) 571-8360, meganlevinson@yahoo-inc.com
Bio
Bringing over 15 years of experience in decorating, home renovations, and entertaining, Katie is a best selling author, and host of the TV series “Katie Brown Workshop” on public television and Create TV.

The new Yahoo DIY Crafts Magazine will be a destination for sophisticated “how to” projects, a resource for DIY enthusiasts, and will make aspirational projects doable. From decorating a room on a budget, learning how to stain a floor, hang curtains, and get tips on hosting a unique dinner, the magazine will be infused with personality, style, and sophistication.
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Kerry Diamond
Editor-In-Chief, Yahoo Food
To book Kerry, please contact: Megan Levinson, (212) 571-8360, mediapitches@yahoo-inc.com
Bio

Kerry Diamond is the co-founder and editorial director of Cherry Bombe, a biannual indie magazine about women and food.Adweek named Cherry Bombe one of 2014’s five hottest new magazines. She is also the co-owner of three Brooklyn eateries: Nightingale 9, Wilma Jean, and Smith Canteen. In 2015, Kerry was named Best Restaurateur by Brooklyn Magazine.

Kerry has been called “Brooklyn’s chicest restaurateur/editor” and has a career that spans not only food but beauty and fashion. Kerry has spoken at the TasteTalks Brooklyn Conference and the Women, Inspiration and Empowerment Symposium and has been featured in VogueEvery Day with Rachael Ray, Marie Claire, Wall Street Journal, and other publications.

She is a graduate of the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and currently serves on the school’s alumni foundation board. She resides in Brooklyn.  

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Lindsay Powers
Editorial Director, Yahoo Parenting
To book Lindsay , please contact: Megan Levinson, (212) 571-8360, meganlevinson@yahoo-inc.com
Bio
Lindsay Powers has been writing and editing stories about parenting (among many other topics) for more than a decade.  Bringing interesting stories about families from all walks of life has been one of her missions at Yahoo, where she served as a homepage editor for three years before launching Yahoo Parenting.   Throughout her career Powers has covered a wide-range of topics from parents choosing to carry "designer” babies to a mother's plight to save her unborn baby from a gunman, and Kate Middelton’s pregnancy. She was also backstage at President Obama’s first election celebration, was responsible for coverage of the Oscars, Emmys and Golden Globes, and is comfortable interviewing everyone from Brad Pitt to leading medical experts. 
 
Prior to coming to Yahoo, she relaunched both Us Weekly  and The Hollywood Reporter’s website to significant year-over-year growth. She also established the “Moms & Babies” channel on UsMagazine.com.
 
Her work has been published by the New York Post, Cosmopolitan, Reuters, Seventeen, Us Weekly, The Hollywood Reporter, Billboard, Organic Style and she  has appeared on Good Morning America, The Today Show, CNN, MSNBC, Nightline, Access Hollywood,  Good Day New York, Entertainment Tonight, E! News, Extra, and The Insider.
 
She lives with her husband and son in Brooklyn.
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Michele Promaulayko
Editor-in-Chief, Yahoo Health
To book Michele, please contact: Megan Levinson, (212) 571-8360, mediapitches@yahoo-inc.com
Bio

Michele Promaulayko is the Editor-in-Chief of Yahoo Health, a new digital magazine offering the latest need-to-know news and expert advice on modern health, fitness, nutrition and wellness topics.

 Previously, Michele was the Vice President/Editor-in-Chief of Women’s Health for six years, where she was responsible for the magazine, website, digital applications, books and 28 international editions. Under her leadership, Women’s Health won numerous awards including the National Magazine Award for General Excellence (2011), Adweek’s Annual Hot List (twice), and was named Advertising Age’s “Magazine of the Year (2009). In 2009, Promaulayko also authored Look Better Naked: The 6-Week Plan To Your Leanest, Hottest, Body—Ever.



 Before joining Women’s Health, Promaulayko was Executive Editor of Cosmopolitan for eight years. She has been an expert guest on television programs such as Today, The Early Show, Katie Show, The Doctors, The Rachael Ray Show, CNN, EXTRA, and Fox News. Promaulayko received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism from Rutgers University. She currently resides in Manhattan.

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Julia Bainbridge
Editor, Yahoo Food
To book Julia, please contact: Becky Auslander, (212) 381-6909, beckya@yahoo-inc.com
Bio
Julia Bainbridge is an editor for the recently launched Yahoo Food digital magazine. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Julia likes to cook, write, and drink bourbon. Formerly a senior web editor at Bon Appétit, she has also worked at Condé Nast Traveler and Food & Wine. She throws a lot of dinner parties. A lot. Check out Julia's work here.
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Alex Van Buren
Food Features Editor, Yahoo Food
To book Alex, please contact: Becky Auslander, (212) 381-6909, beckya@yahoo-inc.com
Bio
Alex Van Buren is the features editor for Yahoo Food. She has lived in New York City since 2000 and has written for Gourmet.com, New York Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, and Bon Appétit, and for a year, hosted a TV segment on NY1 featuring some of the city's tastiest dishes. As a New Englander, she has tried to lay claim to all future ice cream coverage on the site. Check out Alex's work here.
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Rachel Tepper
Associate Food Editor, Yahoo Food
To book Rachel , please contact: Becky Auslander, (212) 381-6909, beckya@yahoo-inc.com
Bio
Rachel is the associate editor for Yahoo Food. When she's not traveling to far-flung locales, Rachel lives in Brooklyn and enjoys searching for the perfect dumpling. (No such thing exists.) Previously she served as associate food editor for The Huffington Post. Her work has appeared in The Washington Post, Serious Eats, Edible D.C., and other publications. Take a look at Rachel's work here.
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