About Us

Who We Are

At MarthaStewart.com, we embrace our founder's curious, innovative, and boundary-breaking spirit and infuse it into all of our content and platforms. It's our mission to teach and inspire you to design the life you want. We believe the joy is in the doing. On MarthaStewart.com, you'll find tested-until-perfected recipes, DIY projects, gardening ideas, easy entertaining tips, beauty advice, and wedding inspiration. We'll also help you celebrate the holidays, keep you informed on health news, and encourage you to refresh your home with design advice and cleaning tips.

Our founder, Martha Stewart, is an entrepreneur, a best-selling author of 99 (to date) lifestyle books, an Emmy Award–winning television show host, and a creator of the first multi-channel lifestyle company, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. She's been a household name for over four decades, beginning in 1982 with the release of Entertaining by Martha Stewart. The success of that first book ultimately led to the creation of Martha Stewart Living in 1990. She went on to create additional magazines, including Martha Stewart Weddings in 1995, and launch a successful merchandising business with products for the home sold at multiple retail and online outlets. Today, she works with her talented staff to provide trusted, timely and useful information to help make all aspects of everyday living a little easier, more beautiful, and more inspiring for her readers. 

Editorial Guidelines

Our editors and writers constantly seek out what's new and exciting in the worlds of food, home design, gardening, crafts, pets, health, wellness, beauty, weddings, and more. Our editorial staff takes great pride in our work and strives to create original, authoritative, and well-researched content free of ethical concerns, conflicts, and misinformation. If you see something that doesn't seem up to date or accurate, please let us know via our contact form.

We uphold the principles of the Dotdash Meredith Content Integrity Promise including the following editorial policies:

Fact Checking

As part of the editorial process, our writers interview relevant, qualified sources for stories, then verify all information and data included in their final stories. We strive to provide proper context and background information to help our readers. All stories are then reviewed and edited by at least two editors; we assess content for grammar, accuracy, readability, and relevance.

All recipes created for and featured on MarthaStewart.com are tested until perfected by our food editors and test kitchen for accuracy and clarity. If you have noticed an issue with a specific piece of content, please bring it to our attention via our contact form.


Our editorial team is committed to producing high quality, factual content. If there is a factual error in a story, we will correct it as soon as possible. All corrections will be clearly labeled as such and will include what changes were made and when. When an article is factually correct but the language is not as clear or detailed as necessary, the story may be updated without an editor's note.

Timely news stories generally cover a distinct event in time, so they are not routinely updated. Our editorial team consistently reevaluates and updates evergreen content to ensure  everything is timely, accurate, and relevant. The date-stamp at the top of each article reflects when it was last updated.

If you believe you have found an error, please notify us via our contact form.


Our editorial staff adheres to strict standards for sourcing information. We rely on current and reputable primary sources, such as expert interviews, government organizations, and professional and academic institutions. All data points, facts, and claims are backed up by at least one reputable source. A cornerstone of our reporting and sourcing is to consider often overlooked perspectives from BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and women. Our content strives to serve all communities.

Independence and Impartiality

MarthaStewart.com believes in independent, fair, and impartial journalism. Our editors and writers are held accountable to a high standard of honesty and transparency, and our original editorial content is not influenced by our advertisers. As such, we maintain a strict separation between advertising and editorial content. We use a "Sponsored Content" label to make it clear that a story is provided by or on behalf of an advertiser or sponsor.

All product reviews on MarthaStewart.com are independent and based on research and product testing conducted by our editors and writers. We share the products we love and that we think you, our readers, will love, too. If you visit certain links within our content, we may receive commissions from your purchases. We never receive compensation for recommending products within our content.

Dotdash Meredith editors and writers, including the MarthaStewart.com team, are prohibited from giving preferential treatment to any outside company, publication, or website based on their relationship with the person who authors or owns that resource. Our editors and writers are also responsible for disclosing potential conflicts of interest that might compromise their ability to share fair and impartial information. Naturally, Martha Stewart has an economic interest in Martha Stewart branded products. If a connection between Martha Stewart and one of her branded or endorsed products is not obvious, we will disclose the relationship or connection in the content.


We strive to create original, helpful, and fair content on MarthaStewart.com, which means our stories must be verified, properly attributed, and may not infringe the copyright or anyone's intellectual property rights. Any suggestion of plagiarism is investigated fully and is grounds for dismissal. We expect all contributors on the network to abide by all applicable laws, standards, and accepted journalistic practices including:

Diversity Pledge

MarthaStewart.com believes that every human being deserves respect, representation, and opportunity. We are committed to creating content that highlights and celebrates a diverse mix of inspiring makers and experts across the country and world. We strive to elevate the talents of those who are doing unique, beautiful work while also paying homage to their communities and cultures.

We are committed to amplifying BIPOC and LGBTQ+ voices, both in terms of writers and sources, as well as the photographers, stylists, and freelancers we hire to work on our content. We strive to use inclusive language and we also continually update our brand style guide to avoid terms with problematic origins. We ensure we create culturally sensitive content and have broadened the scope of our coverage to be more inclusive with reporting from diverse points of view. We are also actively refreshing old recipes and we ensure that our new recipes are culturally sensitive, give credit to the regions they are from, and do not inaccurately claim authenticity.

Contact Us

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Advertising Inquiries 
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Martha Stewart Licensing & Merchandise Inquiries
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Ask Martha Questions
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Leadership/Ownership Structure and Funding

MarthaStewart.com and its related interactive properties are operated and managed by Dotdash Meredith, the largest digital and print publisher in America and an operating business of IAC.  Dotdash Meredith manages and operates the Martha Stewart interactive properties pursuant to a Licensing Agreement between Dotdash Meredith and Marquee Brands. Marquee Brands is a leading global brand owner and marketer, owned by investor funds managed by Neuberger Berman, one of the world's leading employee-owned investment managers. Marquee Brands acquired the Martha Stewart brand in 2019.  

Our Leadership Team

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Angelique Jurgill, General Manager

Angelique Jurgill, VP/General Manager

Angelique is vice president and general manager, overseeing all content and business strategies for MarthaStewart.com. She also leads audience conversion, retention and growth innovation for Dotdash Meredith. She has nearly 20 years of experience in media and has held a variety of leadership roles from business operations and general management to account management and sales. During her time at Dotdash Meredith she has led GMs, growth teams, and the business strategy for brands including Better Homes & Gardens, Southern Living, REAL SIMPLE, Health, Parents, and InStyle.

Before joining Dotdash Meredith in 2013, Angelique worked in sales and business development at Conde Nast's Epicurious and mobile start-up, Hipcricket. Angelique began her career at News Corporation's News America Marketing, where she rose to vice president, group sales manager.

Angelique received a B.S. in Communications from New York University.

Cara DiBruno, Associate GM

Cara DiBruno, Associate General Manager

Cara is the associate general manager for MarthaStewart.com. With 12 years of experience in the media industry, Cara has previously held a variety of roles from ad sales marketing to social media. She has been with Dotdash Meredith since 2015, leading digital strategy and growth across several brands, including Health, Parents, Shape, and InStyle.

Prior to Dotdash Meredith, Cara worked in strategic media planning at Zenith Media and OMD before joining ad technology start-up Selectable Media as a client service account manager and rising to director of account management.

 Cara received a B.S. in Business Administration from Villanova University.

Jen Cress

Jennifer Cress, Senior Editorial Director

Jennifer has been an editor and digital strategist for over 12 years and she's been with MarthaStewart.com since 2019. Previously, she was the digital director at Martha Stewart Weddings and HelloGiggles. Prior to joining Martha Stewart Weddings in 2015, Jennifer held various digital editorial positions at Condé Nast, Time Inc., and Bauer Media Group. 

Jennifer has a B.A. in Journalism from Penn State University.

Gabby Rello, Associate Editorial Director

Gabriella Rello, Associate Editorial Director

Gabby is the associate editorial director for MarthaStewart.com and has been part of the Martha team since 2017; she formerly served as the senior digital editor for Martha Stewart Weddings and the deputy digital editor for MarthaStewart.com and Martha Stewart Weddings. Before joining Dotdash Meredith, Gabby was the real weddings editor at Condé Nast BRIDES and has nine years of editorial experience. 

Gabby attended Syracuse University, where she earned a dual B.A. in Magazine Journalism and English and Textual Studies.

Christina Park, Senior Social Media Manager

Christina Park, Senior Social Media Manager

As the senior social media manager at MarthaStewart.com, Tina oversees the brand's social channels. Before joining Martha Stewart Weddings in 2016 as the social media manager, Tina served as the social media coordinator at IT Cosmetics, an assistant digital editor at Condé Nast BRIDES, and as a freelance social media photographer. 

Tina holds a B.A. in Fashion Merchandising from Auburn University. 

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Victoria Spencer, Senior Food Editor

Victoria has been the senior food editor at MarthaStewart.com since 2013 and has put her comprehensive knowledge of and love of the brand's recipes and food and entertaining content to good use. Victoria has also worked for Google, Food52, Refinery29, Gourmet, and Elle. She was the associate editor of the first issue of Martha Stewart Weddings and worked on Martha's CBS TV show. 

Sarah Schreiber, Senior Digital Editor

Sarah Schreiber, Senior Editor

Sarah, the senior digital editor at MarthaStewart.com, works on a variety of different content verticals, like beauty, home, gardening, and real weddings. Sarah has been with the brand since 2017, and previously served as associate digital editor for Martha Stewart Weddings and digital editor for MarthaStewart.com. Before joining Dotdash Meredith, Sarah worked as a digital editorial assistant at Good Housekeeping and House Beautiful

Sarah has a B.A. in English Literature from Barnard College, an alma mater she shares with Martha. 

Elizabeth Graves portrait
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Elizabeth Graves, Editor in Chief

Elizabeth started working for Martha Stewart in 2005. She was one of the founding editors of Blueprint magazine, before becoming the editor in chief of Martha Stewart Weddings in 2010, and EIC of Martha Stewart Living in 2015. Today, she oversees editorial content for both brands. In her 20-plus-year career as a writer/editor, she's held posts at Real Simple, Self, and Allure, and written extensively about everything from food and fashion to home, entertaining, beauty, health, travel, notable personalities, and pop culture for outlets including Condé Nast Traveler, Food & Wine, New York, and InStyle. Elizabeth lives in Manhattan with her husband and son. 

Meesha Diaz Haddad

Meesha Diaz Haddad, Editorial General Manager

Meesha has been with Martha Stewart Living since 2004. In addition to overseeing the editorial production, staffing, and budgets at Living and Weddings, during her tenure with the brand Meesha has helped lead a variety of projects, including the multiplatform Martha Stewart American Made program and the launch of numerous award-winning digital magazines, apps, and books. Before joining the Martha brand, Meesha served as the assistant managing editor at Sports Illustrated Women, Sports Illustrated on Campus, and All You magazines. She has a B.A. in Journalism and English from Rutgers University, and an M.S. in Media from NYU. She lives in Jersey City, New Jersey, with her husband and Brussels Griffon.

Abbey Kuster-Prokell

Abbey Kuster-Prokell, Creative Director

Abbey is a creative director with more than 20 years of experience, specializing in design, art direction, and visual storytelling. She was initially an art director on Martha Stewart Living from 2004 to 2010, and then returned to the brand as its creative lead in 2018. Abbey has also worked with brands including Bed, Bath & Beyond; Real Simple magazine; Tiffany & Co.; Louise Fili Ltd.; and Pentagram. She graduated from Penn State University with a B.A. in arts & architecture. She lives with her family in Maplewood, New Jersey. 

Jennie Tung

Jennifer Tung, Executive Editor

Jennie has been the executive editor at Martha Stewart Living magazine since 2016. She began her journalism career at Allure magazine, and has worked as a features reporter at the New York Post and as an editor at InStyle, Us Weekly, Cookie, and Redbook. She has written for outlets including the New York Times, New York magazine, the Washington Post, Real Simple, Food & Wine, Travel & Leisure, Harper's Bazaar, and Marie Claire; and from 2012 to 2015 she was the editorial director for nonfiction at Ballantine Books, a division of Penguin Random House. Jennie has a B.A. in English from Tufts University, and lives with her husband and two sons in New York City.

Our Editorial Teams

Our editorial team is comprised of experts in various fields including food and entertaining, home, gardening, beauty, weddings, and more. All of our editors have worked at various publications and media outlets. Martha Stewart Living is the magazine companion to marthastewart.com.

MarthaStewart.com Editorial Staff

Senior Editorial Director Jennifer Cress
Associate Editorial Director Gabriella Rello
Senior Food Editor Victoria Spencer
Senior Editor Sarah Schreiber
Senior Social Media Manager Christina Park
Associate Editor Nashia Baker
Staff Writer Madeline Buiano
Visuals Editor David Carr

Martha Stewart Living Magazine Editorial Staff

Editor in Chief Elizabeth Graves
Editorial General Manager Meesha Diaz Haddad
Creative Director Abbey Kuster-Prokell
Executive Editor Jennifer Tung
Copy Chief/Articles Editor Myles McDonnell
Editorial Director, Food & Entertaining Sarah Carey
Style Director Tanya Graff
Home Editor Lorna Aragon
Features & Garden Editor Melissa Ozawa
Senior Editor Kathleen Renda
Research Director Ann Sackrider
Associate Editor Claire Sullivan
Art Director James Maikowski
Senior Designer Emma Warren
Photo Director Ryan Mesina
Photo Editor Joanna T. García
Design Production Manager Judy Glasser
Deputy Editor, Food & Entertaining Greg Lofts
Senior Editor, Food & Entertaining Lauryn Tyrell
Assistant Editor, Food & Entertaining Riley Wofford