Elaine Welteroth Bio, Age, Height, Family, Husband, Salary, Net worth, Teen Vogue

 Elaine Welteroth


Elaine Welteroth

Elaine Welteroth Biography

This is what you need to know about Elaine Welteroth is an American journalist editor and author. She is known as the editor-in-chief for Teen Vogue she is the second African- American to hold the title. 

Elaine Welteroth Age

Welteroth was born on December 10th, 1986 in Newark, California. She is currently 34 years old as of 2020. Welteroth celebrates her birthday on December 10th of every year.

Elaine Welteroth Height

Welteroth is a woman of average stature and shape she stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches tall.

Elaine Welteroth Parents

Welteroth was born to a white father and African American mother. Little is known concerning her family. We will update this information once it is available.

Elaine Welteroth Brother

Welteroth is the sister to Eric Welteroth. The two were raised in Newark, California by a white father and African American mother.

Elaine Welteroth Husband

Welteroth is married to Jonathan Singletary whose a talented musician. The two met when they were still young while their parents were in the same choir.

Elaine Welteroth Salary

Welteroth has not revealed any details concerning her salary. We will update this information once it is available.

Elaine Welteroth Net worth

Welteroth has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 1 million- $ 5 million dollars.

Elaine Welteroth Education

Welteroth studied at  Newark Memorial High School in Newark, California. She later attended California State University where she graduated with a degree in mass communication/media studies with a minor in journalism.

Elaine Welteroth Teen Vogue

Welteroth’s first work in her hometown was as a mascot for her hometown’s Hometown Buffet, where she dressed up as a bird. The best career advice she’s ever heard was expressed as follows: “Take on more than you can handle. Then chew as quickly as you can “.. Welteroth landed an internship with Ogilvy & Mather, advertising, marketing, and public relations business, as a Multicultural Advertising Intern Program Fellow.

She went on to work at SomaGirls.TV, a digital media company, as a content producer. Welteroth began her career in the magazine industry as an unpaid intern at Ebony. Welteroth applied for the internship by writing a letter to Harriette Cole, the editor in chief at the time, requesting an informative interview, sending her an email, and calling her assistant several times.

Welteroth quickly built her and Teen Vogue’s brands on Instagram by publishing behind-the-scenes photographs and videos of photoshoots, personal images, and celebrity selfies. She was approached by Target to create a Fashion Week Instagram Diary of her experience being backstage at the New York and London Fashion Weeks in 2014 as Teen Vogue’s beauty and health director.

Welteroth broadened the magazine’s focus and was recognized for a noteworthy rise in content on politics and social justice in Teen Vogue, particularly critical coverage of the 2016 presidential election in the United States. Willow Smith was on the cover of Welteroth’s first issue as editor of Teen Vogue, with headings like “Cultural Appreciation: Real Girls, Real Beauty, Real Talk.”Rowan Blanchard and Yara Shahidi, actresses and feminists, graced the cover of the “Smart Girls” edition in December 2016. Welteroth also invited Blanchard and Shahidi to be guest editors for the first time in the publication’s history. Blanchard and Shahidi chose their favorite novel, Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God, to kick off the “Teen Vogue Book Club.”

Elaine Welteroth Wedding

Welteroth had just returned from her bachelorette retreat in the Dominican Republic. Their wedding was going to be ruined due to COVID-19. The two decided to have a virtual wedding to ensure that the wedding goes on.

Elaine Welteroth Parents

Welteroth was born to a white father and African American mother. Little is known concerning her family. We will update this information once it is available.

Elaine Welteroth Book

Welteroth also launched the “Teen Vogue Novel Club,” with Blanchard and Shahidi picking their favorite book, Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God. In November 2016, Blanchard, Shahidi, and Welteroth live-streamed a debate on the book on Teen Vogue’s Facebook page, allowing the magazine’s target demographic to connect with political works by black women that have influenced the world.

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