Corinne Iozzio is the Editor in Chief of Popular Science, her seventh role at the 150-year-old brand. With nearly two decades of experience in media spanning print and digital publications, she oversees all editorial operations for the brand, from premium magazine content to product reviews.
In her 13 years at PopSci, she’s served as Executive Editor, Managing Editor, and Senior Associate Technology Editor, among other roles. During her tenure, the brand has scored wins from the American Society of Magazine Editors, the Society of Publication Designers, the Webby Awards, and other accolades. In 2021, Corinne oversaw PopSci’s transition to an all-digital magazine, a shift that netted PopSci its second National Magazine Award in four years.
Between roles at PopSci, she was a writer, editor, and content specialist for national publications including Fast Company, Fortune, Scientific American, Smithsonian Magazine, and Mental Floss. Before initially joining Popular Science in 2009, Corinne was a Staff Editor and Assistant Editor at PC Magazine for two and a half years, where she wrote and edited reviews, news, and features. Prior to PC Magazine, she held positions at New York Magazine and Seventeen. Corinne sits on the advisory board of the Knight Science Journalism Fact-Checking project, has appeared on the Folio 100, and is an experienced moderator for live events like the World Government Summit.
Corinne has a BA in Communications and Media Studies from Fordham University and lives in New York City. Corinne boxes, mixes cocktails, and collects vintage hand-blown glass, a hobby at shatter-prone odds with her love of a particularly chatty cat.