Business Insider and Insider have hired Fritzie Andrade as managing editor for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Andrade has been at New York Magazine as director of video, leading the strategic direction of the company’s video programming. Andrade developed the company’s brands, including Vulture, the Cut, Daily Intelligencer, Select All, and Grub Street.
Andrade previously worked at Gizmodo Media Group, where she was executive video director, developing video content for company websites, including Gizmodo, Jezebel, and Deadspin, as well as GMG television shows and series to run on the Fusion television network and for sale to streaming platforms.
Prior to that she was editor-in-chief of travel at Vice Media, and worked as a video producer at the New York Times, producing and developing original video series, including the weekly 36 Hours travel series, which won a Webby in 2015.