Sarah Fulford is the editor-in-chief of Toronto Life, an influential glossy monthly city magazine that publishes award-winning feature writing and expert service journalism.
When she took over the publication in January 2008, she was just 33 years old, making her one of the youngest editors of a major magazine in Canada.
In 2010, Fulford successfully overhauled Toronto Life with a redesign that The Globe and Mail called “smart,” “nuanced,” and “a clear improvement.”
She has won two Canadian National Magazine Awards for her writing and has contributed articles to publications such as The Globe and Mail, the National Post, and The Walrus.
Fulford sits on the board of the Toronto Public Library Foundation.