Jessica Sibley Rejoins Forbes Media as VP of Ad Sales
NEW YORK, June 3, 2014 (ADOTAS) – Forbes Media announced today that Jessica Sibley (pictured) is rejoining Forbes Media as Vice President, Advertising Sales Eastern Region. Sibley will lead the company’s East Region sales team and will assume her new role in June 2014. She will report to Forbes Media Chief Revenue Officer Mark Howard.
“We’re thrilled to welcome Jessica back to Forbes Media. With over 20 years of experience leading sales for top media brands, Jessica’s proven success of driving sales and marketing teams to increased revenue performance will be a major asset,” said Howard. “Jessica also brings tremendous knowledge of the financial, tech and luxury markets.”
“I’m excited to rejoin Forbes Media at a time of extraordinary transformation, growth and innovation at the company,” said Sibley. “It’s a particularly compelling opportunity for me to join such a talented leadership team and to leverage a brand like Forbes that is so relevant in today’s marketplace.”
Sibley has served in multiple roles, including Publisher of The Week and Bloomberg Businessweek, as well as Vice President of Multi Media Sales at The Wall Street Journal. Most recently, she worked at The New Yorker as the Executive Director of Sales Development. She began her sales career at Forbes Media, where she served for eight years as a sales manager in the New York and Washington, D.C. offices. A graduate of Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Sibley resides in New York City with her husband and two children.
About Forbes Media
Forbes Media, publisher of “Forbes” magazine and forbes.com, is an authoritative source of news and information on business, investing, technology, entrepreneurship, leadership and affluent lifestyles. Forbes.com, a leading business website, currently reaches 25 million unique monthly visitors, according to April 2014 comScore worldwide. “Forbes” magazine, “Forbes Asia” and “Forbes Europe” attract a global audience of more than 5 million readers. The Forbes magazine iPad app merges the power of print storytelling with social sharing and the web. The Company also publishes “ForbesLife” magazine and has 35 licensed local editions around the world.
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