Katherine Bell, Harvard Business Review

Katherine BellKatherine Bell is the editor of Harvard Business Review’s HBR.org, and she oversees editorial innovation across all of HBR's platforms. Under her leadership, the site's global audience has grown to more than seven million visitors a month — and many more via a weekly podcast, Facebook Live, the HBR bot on Slack, and Alexa flash briefings. HBR.org has won multiple awards during her five years as editor, including a Webby Award for best business website in 2016 and a Digiday Award for best publishing website design in 2014. Previously she was digital managing editor for America’s Test Kitchen and Cook’s Illustrated, digital director for English cooking legend Delia Smith, and director of content for one of the first news, entertainment, and social sites aimed at the LGBT community, PlanetOut. She is a writer whose fiction has appeared in the Best American Short Stories, and a board member for the literary magazine A Public Space. In 2016, she helped start the DADA2 Foundation to support research into her daughter’s rare disease.



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