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Devin Tomb

Devin Tomb

Deputy Editor

Levo League

San Francisco, CA

Great stories energize me. From the adrenaline rush of a big idea to the thrill of pushing a new piece live, *that's* what has me jumping out of bed in the morning. (That and the promise of coffee and a great big bagel!) I also love books, politics, and running around the San Francisco Bay Area.





Remember the little things, and the big things will take care of themselves.


Deputy Editor

I make sure the words you read on Levo are in tip top shape. (And there are a *lot* of words, because every day, our content team produces a Venti latte's worth of compelling new career advice.) Since starting at Levo, we've launched several franchises, including #31DaysofHustle, our College Grad Correspondents program, and Millennial-focused salary reports.

”The path to your success is not as fixed and inflexible as you think.” —Misty Copeland
From Me on Levo

The Important Career Lesson

from the "I Am Cait" Premiere ›



Senior Editor

I was SELF's inaugural Self Made editor, interviewing successful women like Jessica Williams, senior correspondent on The Daily Show, and Kimber Lockhart, Chief Technology Officer at One Medical Group. Given my love of food (and wine!), I also launched SELF's food and entertaining section, Self Indulge. (And holiday gift guides. Lots of holiday gift guides!)


Associate Editor

My goal in this role was for Seventeen's millions of readers to have happy, healthy relationships. I wrote Seventeen's "Ultimate Guide to Guys" (Running Press) and oversaw the brand's love and relationship coverage. This included the expansion of Seventeen's formerly titled "Best Boyfriends in America" contest, making it more inclusive to our LGBTQA audience.


Editorial Assistant

I edited the magazine's monthly career column, which allowed me to interview women like Hillary Kerr, co-founder of Who What Wear, and Randi Zuckerberg. I also launched Glamour Living, a lifestyle section, and worked on an ASME award-winning package, "The Secret That Kills 4 Women a Day," where I talked to survivors of domestic violence.

The Pennsylvania State University

Bachelor of Arts , Journalism

When I was a freshman at Penn State, the only major way to get involved in campus journalism was through its student newspaper, The Daily Collegian. Of course I tried out—but I didn't make the cut. When I got the news, I cried on a park bench, convinced my writing career was over before it'd even started. A few days later, I got an e-mail saying that a handful of seniors were putting together a college magazine. I attended the informational meeting and knew immediately that I was going to throw myself into it. When it came time for those seniors to graduate, it was an easy decision for them to hand the magazine over to me, and so as a sophomore, I became the editor-in-chief of Valley (short for PSU's nickname, Happy Valley). Previously, we'd been featuring sullen student "models" on the cover, which was just awkward. I decided to feature student leaders on the cover instead, and founded two other magazine-related organizations as Valley grew. By the time I graduated, I was featured in PSU's yearbook as one of the top student leaders on campus.