Sherly Hilliard Tucker Time Inc.
Sheryl Hilliard Tucker became Executive Editor of Time Inc. in April 2006. In this role, she works closely with Time Inc.'s Editor-in-Chief, helping to oversee the editorial content of more than 145 magazines such as Time, Fortune, People, InStyle, ESSENCE, Sports Illustrated, Entertainment Weekly and Real Simple. As Executive Editor, Tucker also focuses on talent management and is responsible for implementing a formal and ongoing audit of content diversity in all of Time Inc.'s titles.
Previously, Tucker was an Editor-at-Large for Time Inc., most recently acting as Deputy Editor of Health magazine. Before her appointment, she was Executive Editor of Money, where she managed some of the magazine's most important franchises, including the groundbreaking Affluent Americans and Their Money research and the annual Money Summit, which convened CEOs, government leaders, policymakers and academicians to discuss the changing landscape of the financial services industry. She was also one of the key architects of Money's very successful 2005 redesign and served as the magazine's liaison to the NFL, and the keynote speaker at the annual financial boot camp for NFL rookies.
Before joining Time Inc., Tucker was Editor-in-Chief and Vice President at Black Enterprise. She has edited several books, including Prime Time: African-American Women's Guide to Midlife Health and Wellness and The New MONEY Book of Personal Finance. Tucker is co-author of the recently published book Tomorrow Begins Today: African-American Women as We Age.
Tucker is a member of the Time Inc. Diversity Council and has served on the board of the American Society of Magazine Editors. She has been a National Magazine Award finalist, named one of Glamour magazine's Outstanding Young Working Women, and was inducted into New York City's YWCA's Academy of Women Achievers.
Tucker lives in New Jersey with her husband Roger and daughter Alexis.