Travel + Leisure named Nathan Lump its next editor in chief, effective Sept. 8. Lump succeeds Nancy Novogrod, who announced her retirement last month.
"It is an honor to follow in the footsteps of Nancy Novogrod, one of my career mentors, to lead this dynamic global brand at what I believe is the most exciting moment in its 43-year history," Lump said. "I am looking forward to building on T+L's strength as the best source of intelligent, forward-looking travel information and inspiration, by developing new and ever more engaging ways for us to reach and serve the world's most discerning travelers."
Lump most recently served as director of branded content at Conde Nast and previously was digital director of Conde Nast Traveler. Prior to joining Conde Nast, he led content strategy at J. Walter Thompson and Hill Holliday and served as an editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. Lump previously worked at Travel + Leisure from 2002 to 2006, holding various editorial positions including a stint as features director.