Abby Lee Mosconi, Author at Technical.ly Philly

Abby Lee Mosconi

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Abby Lee Mosconi is a Vermont-born, Philadelphia-based freelance writer with an absurdly keen awareness of pop-culture. She received her Master’s degree in Advertising from the University of Texas, but immediately moved back East to the land of hoagies and cheesesteaks where her heart (and stomach) belonged. Outside of writing, Abby moonlights as a cabaret singer across Philly and NYC.

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This fintech industry veteran is helping global financial services firm Macquarie secure its data in the cloud company culture

Mar. 1, 2021 7:21 am

This fintech industry veteran is helping global financial services firm Macquarie secure its data in the cloud

Take a peek inside Macquarie’s strategy for cloud migration, and what the adoption of new tech means for its employees.
How Hopeworks’ RealLIST Engineers are preparing Camden youth for the workplace professional development

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How Hopeworks’ RealLIST Engineers are preparing Camden youth for the workplace

At the tech education nonprofit, Annie Rose Webb and Luis Olivieri train and support young people with a history of trauma and toxic stress to become technologists.
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Why global asset manager Macquarie Investment Management calls Philly ‘home’ company culture

Jan. 21, 2021 7:04 am

Why global asset manager Macquarie Investment Management calls Philly ‘home’

And where else working at the company can take you.
University City Science Center is launching a new program for first-time entrepreneurs growth

Jan. 14, 2021 9:29 am

University City Science Center is launching a new program for first-time entrepreneurs

The free OnRamp program will increase accessibility to education and opportunities for a wide cross section of Philly founders.

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