The Faces Behind Salt Lake magazine

Happy May 1st—we have arrived. SLmag’s first post about Covid-19 came on March 4, 2020. In it, we mentioned folks hoarding toilet paper, stay-at-home rumors, and why you should wear a mask. And on Monday, March 18, 2020, with our first day of stay safe/stay home orders, many of us woke up to a 5.7 earthquake.

Executive Editor, Mary Brown Malouf and her kitten, Halo. Highlights: The Cat and Corona-19. FYI: Mary moved in the middle of all of this!!

Art Director, Jeanine Miller, with Ethan (7) and Lauren (2). Advice from a Working-From-Home Parent.

Associate Editor, Jen Hill also taught virtual Pilates classes from her living room. (Favorite Posts: Curbside Kids Free Lunch Program, SBA Loans and Tea Zaanti, DIY Pea Shoots, and virtual interview with Sugar House Distillery).


And today, May 1, 2020, with the lifting of some county and state health order restrictions, we can start to return to the great post-quarantine unknown. Just know we’ll be going with you. From our home offices, we are excited to see you again SLC—even if behind a mask—very soon!

Graphic Designer, Scott Peterson. The secret’s out, keep track of his work, go here:





Digital Manager, Kaitlyn Christy keeps it real. Lucky gal got to celebrate her birthday during all this 😉




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Jen Hill
Jen Hill
Former Salt Lake Magazine Associate Editor Jen Hill is a SLC transplant from Bloomington, Ind. As a blogger and feature writer, Jen follows the pulse of the community with interests in urban agriculture, business, fitness & beauty and anything that allows her to get out of the office and into the mountains.

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