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Nikki Prange

Associate Managing Editor

Nikki Prange is the associate managing editor for Robb Report magazine, for which she comanages the vacation-homes category. She also contributes to the magazine’s home and design coverage. She began her publishing career in 2004 at CurtCo Robb Media and has worked on several of the company’s magazines, including Home Entertainment and Vacation Homes. She has a BA in journalism from California State University, Northridge, where she worked on the student-run newspaper as a reporter and copy editor.

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