Eric Johnson is the senior vice president of marketing at Condé Nast, where he leads marketing and ad sales strategy for the company’s portfolio of over 20 brands, including Allure, Architectural Digest, GQ, and The New Yorker, reporting directly to the company’s global chief revenue officer & president, U.S. revenue.
Johnson was formerly associate publisher and head of marketing for Condé Nast’s Food Innovation Group (FIG), which includes Bon Appétit and Epicurious, the business organization he played a key role in founding. Johnson helped double revenue for FIG in the first five years, relaunched Bon Appétit in 2011 and earned the brand a position for three consecutive years on Advertising Age’s A-List and four years on Adweek’s Hot List. Johnson also co-created buzzworthy ad and consumer supported programs like BA’s Hot 10, Feast or Fashion, and Bon Appétit Presents Grub Crawl.
Prior to FIG, Johnson held the executive director of integrated marketing title at ELLE after working as a marketing director for Glamour.
In 2015, Johnson was named one of Adweek’s 15 Young Innovators Who Will Change the Magazine Business.