Magazine publishing goliath — and prominent digital video player — Condé Nast has appointed Jackie Marks as its new chief financial officer. Her appointment is effective on March 29, and she succeeds former CFO Mike Goss.
Prior to joining Condé Nast, Marks served as CFO of asset management firm Mercer, and before that, as CFO of enterprise technology and operations at media conglomerate Thomson Reuters.
“Widely respected in the industry, Jackie has a deep understanding of company transformations like ours,” Condé Nast CEO Roger Lynch — to whom Marks will report — said in a statement. “Her expertise leading expansive and complex global organizations across many sectors, including media and journalism, will be a tremendous asset as we bring our teams around the world together in new ways.”
At Mercer, Marks led growth endeavors and established new global operating models. At Reuters, she served as CFO of news and editorial in New York.
“Condé Nast’s portfolio of brands is unmatched in its influence, scope, and reach around the world,” Marks said in a statement. “With Roger’s leadership and vision, there is so much opportunity ahead and I’m very much looking forward to being part of this team.”