I don't believe in work-life balance. I think it's more about work-life integration because, increasingly, so much time of ours is spent doing work, so I've always wanted to dedicate my work life to having a social impact.
'Teen Vogue' is so much more than just a magazine. It's so much more than just a website. It's so much more than social. It's really about the audience, and so we're going to continue to innovate and continue to find new ways of reaching this audience in meaningful ways.
'Teen Vogue' fortunately has proved you can have smart, political, and fashionable content delivered in one place, and you don't have to choose.
When you do your part, life just unfolds in ways that are so much better than you would have dreamed up on your own.
There were times I was underestimated a lot. It gave me a unique benefit. The expectations were so low I could blow their head off.
I think of our readers as young, conscious people. We can't underestimate how far-reaching our content is, especially these days.