Maya Draisin

Maya Draisin is a creative leader with a passion for the future. Starting October 1st, she will begin in a new, consumer-facing marketing role at TIME. As the publication innovates new revenue streams, she’ll be tasked with explaining what they will look like to readers. She is leaving a 16 year run at Conde Nast where she proudly oversaw marketing for brands starting with Wired and including Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, GQ, Pitchfork, Teen Vogue and them. She was the cofounder of The Webby Awards and it's judging body, The International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. She has been named to MIN’s “21 Most Intriguing People in Media” the MIN Marketing Hall of Fame¨, Folio’s Marketing 100 in 2018¨ and Katie Couric's Women Who Should Be Famous. Although she might be most famous for her husband and eldest son throwing out her dry cleaning, which made international news.