Robert A. Sauerberg, Jr.
Robert A. Sauerberg Jr. is president and chief executive officer of Condé Nast, attracting more than 100 million consumers across its industry-leading print, digital and video brands in the U.S.
Under Sauerberg’s leadership, Condé Nast’s total digital revenue has doubled and mobile advertising revenue has more than tripled. The company has also earned more prestigious awards across more categories than any competitor, including a record 119 National Magazine Awards. In 2011, Sauerberg led the creation of Condé Nast Entertainment (CNÉ) to develop film, television and premium digital video programming.
Prior to his appointment as president in July 2010, Sauerberg served as group president and executive vice president of consumer marketing. He also served in a number of leadership roles at Fairchild Publications, Inc., including chief operating officer and chief financial officer.
Earlier in his career, Sauerberg spent 18 years with The New York Times Company in senior finance and administrative roles in the newspaper and magazine divisions, culminating in his being named chief financial officer of The New York Times Magazine Group. He also spent several years at The New York Times regional newspapers in Atlanta, Alabama and California, where he was in charge of financial operations and integrating new businesses.