Jahna Berry is the head of content operations at WIRED. Based in San Francisco, she helps the editor in chief oversee day-to-day operations across WIRED's platforms and works with the senior leadership team to develop and implement strategies that will help WIRED grow and evolve. She was previously director of product at Mother Jones, where she managed the publication's award-winning 2016 digital redesign, a project that helped it win the Magazine of the Year award from the American Society of Magazine Editors. Before that she was digital managing editor of the San Francisco Business Times. She has been a writer and editor at several publications including the Arizona Republic, the Contra Costa Times (now called the East Bay Times), and the San Francisco Recorder, a legal trade publication.