Meet Editor-in-Chief and Publisher Steve Hull

Steve Hull has been in the publishing business for more than 30 years.

Hull is currently editor-in-chief and publisher of Bethesda Magazine and of Bethesda Beat.

Hull, and his wife Susan, started the magazine in June 2004. Hull also is co-owner of Arlington Magazine.

From 1989 through 2002, Hull was an executive with Atlantic Media Company, which publishes The Atlantic magazine and numerous websites. For the last eight years of his tenure, Hull was senior vice president.

Prior to 1989, Hull had been editor and publisher of Military Forum, a defense policy magazine; executive editor of Intercontinental Publications, a business-to-business publisher; associate editor of FOLIO Magazine; political editor of the Litchfield County Times newspaper in Connecticut; and a press secretary on Capitol Hill.

In addition, Hull is vice chairman of the Board of Advisors of the Universities at Shady Grove; a member of Board of Trustees of the Greater Bethesda Chamber of Commerce; and a member of the Dean’s Advisory Board of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and of the Professional Advisory Board of the Journalism Department at the University of Connecticut, his alma mater. 

Hull has been a resident of Chevy Chase, Maryland for 26 years. He and his wife Susan, the vice president of publishing at Bethesda Magazine, have four grown children.

To e-mail Steve, please click here.

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