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Being an editor requires making hard decisions. Holley explains how she remains confident.

Brandon's Biography

First Job Out of College: Tending bar at Max Fish
Farm Raised: Prohibited from watching television, she cared for horses instead.
Piece of Cake: She shares a birthday with her older sister, nine years her senior.
Personal Philosophy: "If you get your work done and you work really hard, you have nothing to defend."

Brandon Holley is the former Editor-in-Chief for Lucky, the award-winning magazine about shopping and style. She began her magazine career as a writer for Paper, which eventually lead to leadership roles at Time Out New YorkGQELLEgirl and Yahoo! Shine
 

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