Fama Lectures presents Farrah Storr

Thursday 03 October 2019

Fama Lectures presents Farrah Storr

 

 

Thursday 03 October 2019
6pm - 7:30pm
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, King's Building, Strand Campus

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Fama Lectures presents Farrah Storr

Explore the exciting world of media in our series of talks, panels and lectures.
Each term KCLSU Student Media teams up with media experts for insights, stories, tips and tricks in the Fama Lectures. This is an opportunity for you to fuel your curiosity and get your questions answered by industry professionals.

Fama Lectures is proud to present alumna Farrah Storr, Editor-in-Chief of Elle as its first guest this term. Come along to find out about Farrah’s journey from being KCL student to being the editor of top women’s magazines, such as Women’s Health, Cosmopolitan and Elle, and to hear her stories and tips on a career in magazine publishing.

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Fama Lectures presents Farrah Storr

About Farrah Storr:

Farrah Storr is the Editor-in-Chief of Elle. Before this, Farrah was the Editor in Chief of Cosmopolitan from July 2015 until April 2019 and in that time Farrah grew the brand to become the No.1 UK women’s glossy. Previously, Farrah was the launch Editor of Women’s Health magazine. Under her direction, Women’s Health became the most successful women’s magazine launch of the decade. Her achievements were recognised by the British Society for Magazine Editors when she won the prestigious award ‘New Editor of the Year’ in 2014. Most recently, Farrah was awarded Editor of the Year at the 2019 PPA Awards for the second year running, Editor of the Year (Men’s & Women’s category) at the 2018 BSMEs, and was also named as one of the 36 BAME people on the Guardian’s list of the 1,000 most powerful people in Britain. She is one of the judges for the Orwell Foundation’s, Orwell Prize for Exposing Britain’s Social Evils and is the author of The Discomfort Zone (Piatkus).