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Milana McLead

Executive Director, Content Marketing

World Vision Inc

HQ Phone:  (253) 815-1000

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Email: m***@***.org

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World Vision Inc

34834 Weyerhaeuser Way South

Federal Way, Washington,98001

United States

Company Description

World Vision is the world's largest international children's charity, working to bring real hope to millions of children in the world's hardest places. We do it all as a sign of God's unconditional love. Poverty, conflict and disaster leave millions of child... more.

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World Vision Magazine - Contact Us

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Milana McLead


blog.worldvision.org

posted at 5:04 AM PST by Milana McLead, director of communications, WVUS


blog.worldvision.org

posted at 5:04 AM PST by Milana McLead, director of communications, WVUS
Milana and Doug in Romania. (Photo courtesy of Milana McLead) My hubby, Doug, a 6'3 strapping fellow with a graduate degree in philosophy, just isn't the sort of man for whom you can choose a fluffy card. And so I wander the aisles of card stores, pawing through all the pink and glitter, desperately seeking a meaningful card that speaks to me and will speak to my beloved. But no matter how hard I look or what card I find for Doug this year, no way will it compare to the handmade Valentine's Day cards he received last year from his granddaughter, Maya, or our World Vision granddaughter, Yuly - our sponsored child in Colombia. Yuly, age 6, of Colombia, writes this to her sponsors, Milana and Doug, in the United States.


Nonprofit Center of South Puget Sound

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This seminar will be led by Milana McLead, former editor (ten years) for Habitat for Humanity International's magazine and now editor-in-chief of publications at World Vision.Milana will share her extensive experience in desktop publishing, printing, production and prepress.


About Us

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Milana McLead
Having published a newspaper (of sorts) in the sixth grade, Milana has had ink in her veins for quite a long time. It was natural, then, that she would seek her bachelor's degree in magazine publishing from the University of South Florida, followed up by a career as a magazine editor/publisher/creative director. Prior to joining World Vision, Milana stood at the editorial helm of a variety of publications, including a housing guide to Florida's Gulf Coast, a monthly business magazine, a travel publication, and a weekly newspaper for Florida Canadians (seriously!), among others. She also spent several years at Habitat for Humanity, transforming its newspaper into an award-winning magazine that mailed bimonthly to 2 million donors and supporters. A life-long Southerner (well, Florida isn't really the South, though Georgia surely is), Milana still wears a leather jacket in the summer and an Irish wool coat in the winter out here in the land of evergreens and frosty temperatures. Since moving to the area with her husband, Doug, in 2004, Milana's formerly brown thumb has turned green, and she takes great joy in growing flowers, basil, and tomatoes.


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