|Harvard University, Bachelor of Arts.|
|English and American Literature|
Sarah Chubb is the former president of CondÃ©Net and oversaw the operation of the company’s Internet brands. She was promoted to president in April 2000, and left the organization in February 2011.
Previously, from 1996, Ms. Chubb was director of CondÃ©Net. She has led its expansion to the current roster of five destination sites, including Epicurious.com, Concierge.com, STYLE.COM, MEN.STYLE.COM, Wired.com, and Flip.com. Under Ms. Chubb’s direction, CondÃ©Net sites have built substantial audiences and gained strong advertiser support. The sites have also won numerous industry awards, including, in 2005, the ASME award for General Excellence Online for STYLE.COM.
In addition, Ms. Chubb has successfully steered CondÃ©Net’s sites through numerous technological innovations and other enhancements, including the introduction of e-commerce, video, and mobile features on the sites, as well as the implementation of other new technologies to maintain the sites’ positions on the Internet vanguard. She was also responsible for the development of Epicurious, the first television program to be spawned from the Web. Epicurious is now in its eighth season on the Travel Channel.
Ms. Chubb is also an industry advocate and pioneer. Under her leadership, CondÃ©Net became a founding member of the Online Publishers Association (OPA) in June 2001. In addition to serving as CondÃ©Net’s representative to OPA, Ms. Chubb was elected and served as the organization’s first secretary. She also serves on the board of the Interactive Advertising Bureau.
Ms. Chubb has been involved in new and traditional media for more than 21 years. Prior to taking the helm at CondÃ©Net, Ms. Chubb was associate publisher of CondÃ© Nast’s Allure and was the magazine’s advertising director from 1993 to 1995. Before that, she was advertising manager of Vogue from 1991 to 1993. A member of the team that launched New York Woman, Ms. Chubb held the position of group advertising director. She was also involved in the launch of the U.S. edition of Elle, where she served as an account executive from 1984 to 1986.
Ms. Chubb holds a B.A. degree in English and American Literature and Language from Harvard University. She lives in Manhattan with her husband and two children.