Lori Leibovich

Lori Leibovich is the executive women's editor of the Huffington Post where she oversees the site's coverage of women, parenting, kids, healthy living, marriage, divorce, and baby boomers. During a decade of covering women's issues, Lori has written widely for publications including the New York Times, the Washington Post, Harper's Bazaar,Glamour, Elle, Real Simple and Slate. She founded the website Indiebride.com, edited the acclaimed anthology "Maybe Baby" about the decision to become a parent and worked as an editor at Talk, Cookie, Teen People, Babble and Whole Living. She began her career at Salon.com in 1996 and launched one of the first women's news blogs, Broadsheet.