Scott Dadich, Editor in Chief, WIRED
Kim Kelleher, Publisher & Chief Revenue Officer, WIRED
Scott Dadich was named editor in chief of WIRED in November 2012. He previously served the brand as creative director from 2006 to 2010. Dadich was vice president, Editorial Platforms and Design, for Condé Nast from 2010 to 2012. Since becoming the editor in chief, Mr. Dadich has spearheaded the launch of WIRED’s first-ever design retreat, WIRED by Design at George Lucas’s Skywalker Ranch; secured an exclusive interview and photo shoot with one of the world’s most wanted men, Edward Snowden; and collaborated on special issues with Bill Gates and block-buster Hollywood filmmaker Christopher Nolan. Under his leadership, WIRED has been recognized with eight National Magazine Award nominations, eight Webby Awards, and 25 Society of Publication Designers medals. Collect-ively, Mr. Dadich's work has been recognized with more than 100 national design and editorial awards. Prior to joining Condé Nast, Mr. Dadich was creative director of Texas Monthly.
Kim Kelleher is the chief revenue officer of WIRED and Ars Technica. Before WIRED, Kelleher was president of Say Media, where she oversaw the company’s business strategy, including global sales, marketing, production, communications, media solutions, and content operations. Prior to Say Media, Kelleher was worldwide publisher of Time. During her tenure, she was named Advertising Age’s Publisher of the Year. She also served as vice president and publisher of Sports Illustrated, where she was the first female executive to lead advertising sales in the history of the brand. Additionally, Kim is active on several boards and is currently serving as a director for Upworthy, the American Advertising Federation and is the president elect of New York Women in Communications.