Financial Technology Association Adds New VP of Communications

The Financial Technology Association (FTA) has announced that Miranda Margowsky has joined the group as its Vice President of Communications.

According to a statement by the FTA, Margowsky is a “senior-level strategist and policy communications expert who brings a winning record of driving impactful, effective, and integrated public affairs campaigns to the association.”

Penny Lee, CEO of the FTA, said they are thrilled to be expanding their team:

“Our member companies are transforming financial services for millions of consumers and businesses, and Miranda brings passion, savvy, and an entrepreneurial mindset to help champion their mission.”

Margowsky was previously at Precision Strategies, a strategy, and marketing agency based in Washington, DC. At Precision, she provided strategic communications guidance to clients in the technology, health care, and financial services sectors.  Prior to that, Margowsky worked on the Hill as a press secretary for members of Democratic leadership in the Senate and House.

Margowsky has earned a Master’s Degree in Global Policy from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a Bachelor’s Degree in history from Harvard University.

Margowsky said she was honored to step into the new role:

“Fintech helps empower consumers, create financial inclusion, and grow small businesses. I look forward to telling this story and helping the industry continue its positive trajectory.”

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