Jill Demling’s career is spent at the intersection of the fashion and entertainment industries. Demling got her start at Creative Artists Agency (CAA) in Los Angeles, assisting Bryan Lourd and Kevin Huvane before making her move to New York City and starting at American Vogue in June 1998. Beginning her Vogue career as assistant to the editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, Demling rose quickly to become Entertainment Director. In 2018, Demling with the support of Conde Nast started the Talent Group and was the Co-Director until she departed to start CCA. Expanding her industry reach and knowledge over the course of a twenty-year Vogue career, Demling booked more than 200 covers, countless portfolios, branded content and collaborated on talent for events including the MET Gala, and the Fashion Fund. Demling developed invaluable relationships across all platforms, and worked closely with world-renown photographers, editors, celebrities, athletes, musicians, models, fashion brands, advertisers, and creative directors, among others to help guide the magazine through the enormous cultural and societal shifts of the past two decades.