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Alisha Miranda joins as Client Success Manager

After a decade as a digital strategist in New York, Miranda will develop process and strengthen relationships with sponsors and partners.

Alisha Miranda is's new Client Success Manager. (Photo by Clay Williams)

A media company with sponsors and partners needs help giving them the best experience possible. That’s why Alisha Miranda, aka alishainthebiz, recently joined the team as Client Success Manager.

After working as a digital strategist in New York’s tech community for nearly a decade, Miranda will help develop process and maintain high quality for the brands that work with on efforts ranging from events to sponsored content and more. She is the 10th full-time employee of Technically Media Inc., the company that publishes

Previously, Miranda managed her own digital consultancy shop, helping CEOs, small business owners and media brands like Prezly, Meets NYC, Thrillist, 2U, Astrsk PR and Digital Undivided develop their PR, marketing and revenue opportunities.

Most recently, she spent three years in senior integrated marketing roles leading the media planning/buying, branded content and up-sell efforts of multi-channel publishing campaigns at Say Media and Dennis Publishing. Miranda is also a seasoned event producer, partnering with Social Media Week, Skillshare and innovation spaces to scale discussions on workplace culture, entrepreneurship and career pathing.

When not working on media campaigns, she writes food and travel stories that inspire young people to see the world. She is currently calling South Philly “home” and looks forward to biking to work this fall.


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