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Melissa Anderson is Managing Editor at Agenda, where she previously covered executive compensation and legal and regulatory issues for corporate boards. Before joining Agenda, she was the editor of The Glass Hammer, a career publication for women in financial services. She has an MA in Media, Culture, and Communication from NYU and a BA in Anthropology from the College of William and Mary.
Amanda Gerut is Associate Editor at Agenda. She has been reporting and writing for Agenda about issues relevant to nominating and governance committees, among other topics, since 2010. Before coming to Agenda, she served in various roles over five years, including as managing editor, of mutual fund board publication BoardIQ. She has also worked previously as a reporter for The Star-Ledger in Newark, N.J., and as a reporter for The Herald News in New Jersey. Amanda is an editorial advisory board member of CleanTechIQ, an information resource for investors on sustainability and ESG issues, and Small-Cap Institute, a content library for executives and board members of small, publicly traded companies.
Stephanie covers strategy and risk oversight for Agenda. She has held reporting roles at American Lawyer Media, the Puget Sound Business Journal and the San Fernando Valley Business Journal. She co-authored In Other News: Reporters on Reporting with Rosie Downey and has freelanced for various publications including Forbes.com, Newsday, Backstage and Daily News in Los Angeles. She serves as a board member for the New York Press Club.
Lindsay Frost is a senior reporter with Agenda covering ESG, investor issues and the audit committee. She joined Agenda from IHS Chemical Week magazine. She graduated from the College of Charleston with a degree in communications with a concentration in media studies. She was the managing editor of her college newspaper, the George Street Observer, and completed internships with the Charleston City Paper and TheStreet.com here in New York.
Jennifer Williams-Alvarez is a senior reporter with Agenda. She joined Agenda from ALM and Corporate Counsel, where she covered in-house legal departments for nearly two years. She has also previously worked as a researcher for a legal analyst at Fox News. Jennifer graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in political science and from New York Law School.
Alana is responsible for data-driven content for Agenda and FundFire. Previously she worked at NBC’s Owned Television Stations working on a range of multimedia from video to interactive content. Alana graduated from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and holds a BA in Literature from McGill University.
Jack Buehrer is Agenda’s News Analyst. This is Jack’s second stint with Agenda, having been a senior reporter and managing editor. From 2014 to 2016, he was managing editor of the Village Voice in New York City. Over more than 15 years as a reporter and editor, Jack has covered business, foreign affairs, energy, real estate, and government. He lives in Cleveland, Ohio.
Jonathan Gregg is the Copy Editor for Agenda. He has been working in New York City as a copy editor, musician and writer for the past 20 years. A graduate of Brown University, he spent more than a decade freelancing for numerous magazines ranging from Institutional Investor to Vanity Fair before doing a five-year stint at Time, Inc., where he was the senior editor of Time.com. Besides working for Money-Media, his most recent assignment was copyediting and fact-checking George Plimpton's biography of Ernest Shackleton.
Neanda Salvaterra is Senior Reporter at Agenda. She covers executive compensation and succession planning for Agenda. Previously, she spent almost a decade working at The Wall Street Journal, where she wrote about the oil business, the global transition to renewable energy, and U.S. foreign policy on Africa.
Jonathan E. Braunstein is the Director of Sponsored Content. Jonathan is responsible for overseeing all sponsored content at Money-Media, serving as the project leader and working closely with marketing, advertising and editorial teams, as well as with counterparts at the Financial Times. He was previously editorial director for webcasts and has produced written and interactive editorial content across nearly all of Money-Media’s publications. Prior to Money-Media, Jonathan worked as a television news producer and writer for Boston’s NBC and Fox affiliates. Originally from New Jersey, he is an alumnus of Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass.
Hannah Glover is a Group Managing Editor at Money-Media, overseeing several asset management and governance titles including Ignites, FundFire, BoardIQ, Agenda, Financial AdvisorIQ, Ignites Europe and Ignites Asia. She joined the FT Specialist unit as a reporter in 2007 and has worked as managing editor at Ignites and sister publication GatekeeperlQ. Prior to covering the world of asset management, she worked as a legislative investigator for the New York City Council and as a reporter at the Meriden, Conn. Record-Journal.
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Myra Langsam is the Director of Sales for Agenda. She handles the sales for Site Licenses for the publication. Myra brings over 20 years selling experience in publishing and has worked for Thomson Publishing, Euromoney and Kennedy Information Services. Her experience has been selling Site Licenses, Sponsorships for Conferences, Webinars and Labcasts.
Catlin Sweeney is the Group Marketing Director. Catlin oversees the marketing team responsible for driving marketing efforts across Money-Media’s suite of products. Catlin joined Money-Media in June 2013 as the Research Team Captain and managed the off-site marketing research team. Catlin worked as a Marketing Associate from 2014–2016, executing marketing campaigns for numerous Money-Media publications, including Ignites, Ignites Asia, Ignites Europe, and Ignites Research. Catlin graduated with a BS in Advertising and Marketing Communications from the Fashion Institute of Technology.
Chelsea is a Senior Marketing Associate. Chelsea executes marketing efforts for Agenda, BoardIQ, and Life Annuity Specialist. Prior to Money-Media, she worked in human resources consulting. Chelsea graduated from New York University with a BA in Psychology and a minor in Spanish.
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Ben Donnelly is the Relationship Manager for all subscription-based customers, ensuring favorable renewal rates and client relations. Ben joined Money-Media with five years of sales and account management experience from NYC-based technology companies. He holds a BS in Marketing from The College at Brockport, State University of New York.
Christopher Howell is the Client Service Manager & Reprints Manager. Chris is primarily focused on proactive efforts to help increase reader engagement and strengthen relationships with key contacts. He is also handles reprints for all Money-Media publications . Prior to Money-Media Chris worked for the New York District Council of Carpenters. He received his BA in Sociology from SUNY New Paltz in 2005 and his master's degree in Public Administration from CUNY John Jay in 2015.
Dennis Asselta is the Group Head, Financial Advertising for the Financial Times. Dennis is responsible for managing the financial advertising team as well as working with partners on integrated advertising solutions across both the Financial Times and FT Specialist. Dennis graduated from Syracuse University in 2005 with a degree in Policy Studies.
Jessica is the Senior Account Director of Asset Management for the Financial Markets Advertising Team. Jessica is responsible for selling advertising solutions across the Financial Times and Money Media, including print, digital, mobile and bespoke opportunities. Jessica has held many sales roles. Most recently at Usablenet where she was responsible for selling mobile platform solutions. Jessica holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration: Concentration, Marketing from Monmouth University.
Emily Robbins is the Account Director of Asset Management for the Financial Markets Advertising Team. Emily is responsible for selling advertising solutions across the Financial Times and Money Media portfolio, including print, digital, mobile and bespoke opportunities. Prior to joining the team, Emily worked in client management at advertising agencies in New York and Washington D.C. She helped clients develop marketing strategies and oversaw creative development and execution of fully-integrated campaigns. Emily graduated from Towson University with a degree in Business Administration and Mass Communication.
Kelsey Healy is the Account Executive of Asset Management for the Financial Markets Advertising Team. Kelsey is responsible for selling advertising solutions across the Financial Times and Money-Media, including print, digital, mobile and bespoke opportunities. Kelsey previously worked at Turner Broadcasting in advertising sales roles. She graduated from Bryant University with a degree in Business Management.