Freedman, Mia


    Mia began her career doing work experience at Cleo magazine aged 19. Within five years she became the youngest ever editor of Cosmopolitan, which she then took to the number one position in circulation, readership and advertising revenue in the competitive womens lifestyle category. In 1997 Mia pioneered the regular use of real women of all shapes, sizes and nationalities in womens magazines. She formalised this into Cosmopolitans Body Love policy and incorporated it into every issue of Cosmo. She continues to be an out-spoken advocate for a more positive portrayal of female body image in the media.

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