Melissa Bell is the publisher of Vox Media and co-founder of Vox.com. She leads Vox Media's company's Growth and Development team and its divisions: Analytics & Growth, Brand Development & Identity, and the new Storytelling Studio, which builds multiplatform, multimedia stories across the company's eight editorial brands.
Prior to Vox Media, Bell oversaw digital platforms at The Washington Post. She was also one of the Post's most-read bloggers and a columnist for the Style section. Before joining the Post, she helped launch Mint, a Wall Street Journal subsidiary in India, where she lived for four years.