Angela Tribelli has been named chief marketing officer for HarperCollins’ General Books Group, a newly created position reporting to president and publisher Michael Morrison. Tribelli will be responsible for developing and leading the overall marketing strategy across all of Harper’ imprints. She was most recently svp, digital at NYC & Company.
“Executing the best possible marketing plans to expand the reach and sales of our authors’ books is the crux of what we do as a publisher. Angela will take a more macro and strategic view of our efforts across the entire division to enhance our already successful programs,” Morrison said in a statement. “Her proven experience in creating award-winning digital properties from the ground up, and her extensive media background, make her the perfect candidate to further elevate our marketing expertise.” Tribelli starts at HarperCollins on February 22.
Vanessa Kehren will join Blue Rider Press as editor on February 27. She was most recently an assistant editor at Little, Brown.
Kristina Holmes is leaving Ebeling and Associates Literary Agency after six years to start her own outfit, The Holmes Agency, where she will continue to focus exclusively on non-fiction projects, specifically in the genres of health and wellness, business, psychology, spirituality, sex, relationships, environmental issues, science, nature, literary nonfiction, and memoir.
At Folio Literary Management, Michael Sterling is now Speakers Bureau manager and coordinates video services for clients. Erin Niumata and Steve Troha have both been promoted to senior vice president.