Anne Fulenwider is the Editor-in-Chief of Marie Claire, a position she has held since September 2012, overseeing all content for the brand in the United States. During that time she has been named Editor of the Year by two trade organizations and has garnered the magazine several ASME nominations, including General Excellence in 2017 and Cover of the Year in 2018. In 2017 she was awarded Hearst's Innovation of the Year Award for launching The Power Trip, the magazine's signature event celebrating the country's most influential women. She previously appeared as a frequent judge on the Emmy-winning TV show Project Runway and mentor on Project Runway All Stars.
Fulenwider launched her career at The Paris Review, working with George Plimpton on his biography of Truman Capote, and was later named senior editor at Vanity Fair, where she edited bestselling authors Dominick Dunne, Buzz Bissinger, and Fran Lebowitz, among others. She served as Editor in Chief of Condé Nast’s Brides Magazine from 2011-2012.
In 2017 Fulenwider was named to the New York State Council on Women and Girls by Governor Andrew Cuomo. She is also an advisor to the UN Foundation’s Girl Up and a member of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's ITVS Women & Girls Leadership Council.
Fulenwider graduated from Harvard University in 1995. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two children.