Over the past 15 years, editor Meredith Bodgas has worked for and written for some of the biggest American magazines and websites, from business to women's and men's lifestyle publications. She's currently the editor-in-chief of Working Mother, a 40-year-old quarterly magazine published by Bonnier Corp. In 2019, she was named to the Folio: 100 list, honoring the best in the magazine industry. Her writing has appeared on NYTimes.com, BusinessWeek Online, Cosmopolitan.com and Thrive Global, among many others. She lives in/on (depending whom you ask) Long Island, NY, with her husband and sons.
- Doubled traffic to WorkingMother.com in her first six months as editor-in-chief. Dreamed up new major franchise, the Best Companies for Dads.
- Grew traffic by 4,000% to FirstforWomen.com and WomansWorld.com, as Bauer Xcel Media's executive editor.
- Turned WomansDay.com into a Facebook powerhouse, going from 90,000 followers to more than 1 million as a senior editor at Hearst.
- Gained a dedicated following as a daily wedding blogger for Glamour, while holding a full-time job as senior associate editor at WhatToExpect.com (this was before she had children, of course).
- Enjoyed regular pickup from Huffington Post, AOL.com, MSN.com and Yahoo.com of her Glamour and personal blogs.
- Public speaking. She's given speeches and served on panels for Kellogg, Sanofi, Andersen Tax, Diageo, She Runs It and others.
- Sponsored campaign ideation and execution. She's had very happy customers in Vans, Microsoft, Unilever, Johnson & Johnson, Ernst & Young, MetLife and more.
- Script and speech writing and editing. She's a frequent behind-the-scenes contributor to Working Mother's live events.
- SEO. She couldn't have accomplished some of the above without some serious story optimizing.
- Event hosting. Perhaps you caught her as the extremely energetic MC at her son's elementary school's talent show. (She's also been on stage at Working Mother's conferences.)
To contact Meredith about editing, writing and speaking/hosting opportunities, please e-mail her.
Photo: Kristin Hoebermann