By Alex Cequea on Mon, 03/24/2014
Big changes are happening at Mango Life Media, and we couldn’t be more excited.
But first, the sad news. I am stepping down as Editor in Chief of iPhone Life, and transitioning away from Mango Life Media. This is a transition that has been in the works for about a year; and I will be focusing on a new online interview series I’m creating called The A-List with Alex Cequea, where I’ll be interviewing people who are making the world a better place in unique ways. (If that message resonates with you, I kindly invite you to subscribe to my channel.)
Don’t worry though, I’ll still be creating content for iPhone Life magazine and iPhoneLife.com, and the A-List episodes focusing on tech innovators will be posted here on a weekly basis.
“But Alex, who will be leading iPhone Life magazine??” Thanks for that excellent question. Luckily, I have an equally excellent answer. Our previous Associate Editors Nina Benjamin (email@example.com) and Donna Schill Cleveland (firstname.lastname@example.org) will share joint managerial responsibilities as Executive Editor and Managing Editor, respectively. They are both incredibly efficient and capable editors that will no doubt elevate iPhone Life magazine to a brand new height. Please take a moment to welcome them to their exciting new roles, and wish them well moving forward.
My experience as one of the owners of Mango Life Media, and as Editor in Chief of iPhone Life magazine has been nothing short of extraordinary. I thank you all for your continued support and for reading us for the last three years. Taking over a 26-year-old publishing company while still in our 20s was an opportunity that we simply couldn’t pass up, and the last few years have taught us lessons we could have only learned as entrepreneurs. I’ve had the pleasure of running Mango Life Media along with my friends and highly capable individuals in their own right, David Averbach, Raphael Burnes, and the rest of the Mango Life Media team.