The Good Men Project is pleased to announce that Noah Brand will be taking on the role of Editor-In-Chief, officially starting Monday, March 12th. Noah hails from the website “No Seriously, What About the Menz?”, which states, “Who cares about men? We do.”
Noah has been editing since he was 16, has been a strong contributing writer to the Good Men Project over the past months. Noah will work on strengthening The Good Men Project brand through the core values of a male perspective, pure storytelling, and provocative yet thoughtful debate. Part of Noah’s vision revolves around taking the current assumptions society holds about men and challenging them one by one. Lisa Hickey, publisher of The Good Men Project and CEO of Good Men Media, Inc., also notes that entrepreneurship and community-building, are “in his blood”, in fact, Noah’s father had built the very first online community ever, The Well. “We are building a new type of media company,” says Hickey. “A community of men focused on an international discussion about what it means to be a good man in the 21st century. That task requires an editorial leadership that is passionate, courageous and strong, and I look forward to all that Noah can bring to help us move forward.”
Noah adds, “I want to make the Good Men Project the primary voice for issues of men and masculinity in our culture.”
The Good Men Project was founded in 2009 by Tom Matack. It has grown to a multi-media, multi-platoform social movement, with goodmenproject.com as its hub. The Good Men Project website currently gets 1.3 million pageviews per month and reaches people in 242 countries around the world. Noah joins over 450 writers and contributors, along with an editorial and blogging staff that includes Jamie Reidy, Joanna Schroeder, Justin Cascio, Marcus Williams and Jackie Summers.
photo by Good Men Project contributor and friend, Stephen Sheffield