Nicole Caldwell

Nicole Caldwell is the former Chief & Editor Playgirl and writer for publications like Martha Stewart Living, Reader’s Digest, Mother Earth News, Thrillist.

Nicole was born I was born and raised in Northern New Jersey and enjoyed a suburban upbringing . As she got older she developed a divine love affair with travel and exploration. Her obsession with writing came out of all these experiences and a deep yearning to know and understand people around me. After graduating from Columbia University in Journalism, she applied at Playgirl. Starting at a managing editor, she assisted the editorial team and maintained the emails. But she soon found out that looking at naked men in not all it cracked up. In a few years she worked her way up to the Chief & Editor. Together with senior editor Jessanne Collins and designer Corinne Weiner, she strove to give the publication relevance. They aspired to bring Playgirl back to its roots, back to a time when the magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights and bring back the female voyeur of the 70’s (CFNM).

Nicole Caldwell

Nicole Caldwell is the former Chief & Editor Playgirl and writer for publications like Martha Stewart Living, Reader’s Digest, Mother Earth News, Thrillist.

Nicole was born I was born and raised in Northern New Jersey and enjoyed a suburban upbringing . As she got older she developed a divine love affair with travel and exploration. Her obsession with writing came out of all these experiences and a deep yearning to know and understand people around me. After graduating from Columbia University in Journalism, she applied at Playgirl. Starting at a managing editor, she assisted the editorial team and maintained the emails. But she soon found out that looking at naked men in not all it cracked up. In a few years she worked her way up to the Chief & Editor. Together with senior editor Jessanne Collins and designer Corinne Weiner, she strove to give the publication relevance. They aspired to bring Playgirl back to its roots, back to a time when the magazine covered issues like abortion, equal rights and bring back the female voyeur of the 70’s (CFNM).