Ann S. Moore

Ann S. Moore ( born in 1950 in Biloxi, Mississippi, or in McLean, Virginia) is an American media manager. Between July 2002 and September 2010, she was - the first woman - Chief Executive Officer of Time Inc.


Moore acquired in 1971 from Vanderbilt University a bachelor's degree in political science and in 1978 at the Harvard Business School, a master.

1978 Moore went to Time Inc., first as a financial analyst for Time. In 1983 she moved to the line of Sports Illustrated and Sports Illustrated for Kids 1989 placed on the magazine market. More stations to joining Time Inc. were Fortune, Money and Discover. In 1991 she became editor of People. In subsequent years, she founded several offshoots, including InStyle and People en Español and People made ​​one of the most profitable magazines of the Group.

In 2001, Moore served as Executive Vice President in the management of Time Inc., 2002, she was Chief Executive Officer and held this position until 2010.

Moore is married and has one daughter.

Awards (selection)

  • 2005 13th place
  • 2006 15th place
  • 2007 19th place
  • 2008 20th place
  • 2009 No. 21