|Birth Name:||Helen Honig|
|Died:||April 20, 2003|
|Notable Work:||Dell Publications|
Helen Honig Meyer (1908-April 20, 2003) was an editor, vice president and president at Dell Publications from 1937 through 1962. She was instrumental in securing the Disney, Warner Brothers, Little Lulu, and Popeye licenses for Dell.
Meyer began working for Dell Publications in 1923 and rose to be president and CEO early-60s-76, when Dell was sold to Doubleday and Co., and she remained as consultant to 1982. From 1982 on she worked as a literary agent.
In 1986, she was inducted into the Publisher's Hall of Fame.