Ellen Levine

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Ellen Levine, editor-in-chief of Woman's Day and a vice president of CBS Magazines, joined CBS in 1982. Previously, Mrs. Levine was the editor-in-chief and creator of Cosmopolitan Living, a lifestyle magazine published by the Hearst Corporation; and at the same time the decorating and food editor of Cosmopolitan. Mrs. Levine joined Cosmopolitan in 1976. She began her journalism career as a reporter in women's news for The Record in Hackensack, New Jersey. In addition to her editorial work, she has been published in many publications, including The New York Times.

During her career, Ellen Levine has been cited by many organizations, including receiving the Writers Hall of Fame award for her coverage of lifestyle news in 1981. A year later she was elected to the YMCAs Academy of Women Achievers; and in 1984 she was honored by the Girl Scout Council of Bergen County for outstanding professional achievement. Similar citations as a woman of achievement were also given by the New Jersey State Federation of Women's Clubs and Douglass College of Rutgers University.

Mrs. Levine is a trustee of the Elisabeth Morrow School in Englewood, New Jersey, and on the board of directors of the New Jersey Bell Telephone Company. She is also a member of Senator Bill Bradley's executive committee.

Ellen Levine is a graduate of Wellesley College, where she majored in political science and edited the college newspaper. She lives with her husband, a physician, and two sons in Englewood, New Jersey.

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