Alison Brower was the Los Angeles Times deputy editor for arts and entertainment from November 2019 to April 2021. Previously, she was the deputy editorial director at the Hollywood Reporter, where she was the architect of the magazine’s Power 100 and other high-wattage packages, power lists and special projects. Before moving to Los Angeles in 2014, she was the founding editor-in-chief of Dr. Oz The Good Life at Hearst and worked in the editorial leadership of magazines including Glamour, Redbook and Seventeen. Brower grew up in New Jersey and graduated from Princeton University.
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