|Contact Information |
Cancer Health Magazine
Smart + Strong
212 West 35th Street, 8th Floor
New York, New York 10001-2508
|Name ||Position || |
|Liz Highleyman »Bio ||Editor-in-Chief || |
|Jennifer Morton »Bio ||Managing Editor || |
|Meave Gallagher ||Senior Editor || |
|Joe Mejia ||Copy Chief || |
|Alicia Green ||Editorial Assistant || |
|Doriot Kim ||Art Director || |
|Michael Halliday ||Art Production Manager || |
|Name ||Position || |
|Susan M. Levey ||Vice President, Sales/Publisher || |
|Jonathan Gaskell ||Integrated Advertising Manager || |
|Comfort Nnana Kalu ||Integrated Advertising Coordinator || |
|Greg Rabiecki ||Integrated Advertising Coordinator || |
|Name ||Position || |
|Jeremy Grayzel »Bio ||CEO || |
|Ian E. Anderson »Bio ||President || |
|Christian Evans ||Chief Technology Officer || |
|Ron Garcia-Vidal ||Director, Information Technology || |
Liz Highleyman, Editor-In-Chief, Cancer Health
Liz Highleyman is editor-in-chief of Cancer Health and CancerHealth.com, a new magazine and website for people living with cancer and their loved ones. She began writing for Smart + Strong publications in 2000 and joined the editorial team in 2017.
Liz has been a health journalist and medical editor for more than 20 years, covering HIV, viral hepatitis, cancer and other health issues. She has written for publications including the Bay Area Reporter, aidsmap/infohep, HCV Advocate, ACRIA’s Achieve, Positively Aware, The Body, the Well Project and MedPage Today.
She previously worked as an editor of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation’s Bulletin of Experimental Treatments for AIDS (BETA) and as health editor for Ask Jeeves (now Ask.com), before becoming a freelancer in the early 2000s. She has been editor-in-chief of HIVandHepatitis.com since 2011.
Liz graduated from the University of Rochester with a B.A. in cognitive science and continued her education at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. She is a member of the Association of Health Care Journalist and the American Medical Writers Association.
Find her Cancer Health blog here.
Jennifer Morton, Managing Editor, Cancer Health
Jennifer joined Smart + Strong as managing editor in February 2004. She is responsible for the day-to-day editorial production of all Smart + Strong products.
Jennifer previously worked as the managing editor for publications including Brill’s Content, Cable World and Gear. Before working in publishing, Jennifer worked for the Jane Adams Center, a nonprofit community center in Chicago.
Jennifer is a board member of Visual AIDS, a non-profit organization that utilizes art to fight AIDS by provoking dialogue, supporting HIV-positive artists and preserving a legacy. She earned a BS in communications at Southwest Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri.
Jeremy Grayzel, CEO, Smart + Strong and CDM Publishing LLC
With more than 30 years of business and publishing expertise, Jeremy Grayzel formed CDM Publishing LLC in 2004 in order to purchase Smart + Strong, publisher of POZ magazine and other health care-oriented publications.
Prior experience include president of VNU eMedia Inc., the second largest business-to-business publisher in the United States; founder and CEO of GrayFire Information Services, a leading fax and internet developer that created customized publishing services aggregating content from over 100 major sources; and president and COO of Family Media Inc., a major consumer publishing company with 11 publications and a print circulation of over 10 million.
He has been a member of YPO/WPO since 1988 and served on the board of directors of the Metro New York Chapter. He is a past chairman of the Emerging Business Council of the Information Industry Association.
Jeremy earned his BS and MBA at New York University.
Ian Anderson, President and COO, Smart + Strong
Ian Anderson joined Smart + Strong as General Manager/Vice President in June 2005. Ian has responsibility for internal business management including technology and print production services, circulation and product development, and business planning.
For the last six years, he worked at VNU eMedia as Director of Operations and then as Director of Product Development. Prior to VNU, Ian spent 6 years at Editor & Publisher magazine as Research Director and General Manager.
Ian earned his BA in Communications at Ramapo College, Mahwah, New Jersey.