As Vice President for Content, Mark Jannot forges Audubon’s overall content strategy, and oversees the creation and publication of content in all of the organization’s internal- and external-facing channels, including Audubon Magazine and Audubon's website, audubon.org. In addition to managing the journalistic arm of the organization, Jannot spearheads the Audubon Mural Project in Upper Manhattan. His leadership brings greater strategic focus and clarity to Audubon's external communications with an emphasis on creating and distributing top-notch content supporting Audubon's conservation efforts.
Jannot brings to Audubon a wealth of experience in print and digital journalism both as a writer and editor. Immediately prior to joining Audubon in 2013, Jannot was Chief Content Officer for Reader's Digest Milwaukee, where he oversaw all brand expressions for publications including Taste of Home, Birds & Blooms and Family Handyman. Prior to that, he was editor-in-chief of Popular Science and editorial director at Bonnier Technology Group, where he oversaw all editorial operations of Popular Photography, American Photo and Sound+Vision in addition to Popular Science. He led editorial development of Bonnier Group's innovative Mag+ tablet publishing platform and launched the first custom-built iPad magazine edition, Popular Science+. Jannot is the immediate past president of the American Society of Magazine Editors and also has extensive experience as a freelance journalist.
Master's in Journalism, Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism