Cindi Leive '88
Cindi Leive ’88 is the editor-in-chief of Glamour, one of the most celebrated women's media brands in America. Since Leive became editor-in-chief in 2001, Glamour has launched digital, social media, and video platforms, grown its audience to the highest levels in its history, and received a record number of editorial awards. She is also the author of several Glamour-branded books on relationships, fashion, and food.
A lifelong advocate for women’s issues, Leive is the founder of The Girl Project, Glamour’s nonprofit initiative to send girls to secondary school worldwide. She is also a board member for the International Women’s Media Foundation and the Brooklyn Public Library. She has received numerous awards throughout her career, including The Matrix Award from Women in Communications; the NBCC Award for women’s health advocacy; and multiple National Magazine Awards for print, digital, and video achievement.
Leive, who graduated from the College with a B.A. in English literature, lives in New York City with her husband, Howard Bernstein, and children, Lucy and Isaac.