Thursday, 10 August 2017 18:38

PEP Adds Another Digital Expert

[Annie Miner. Photo provided.]

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Patient Experience Project (PEP), the city’s full-service, patient-centric marketing and communications agency, has announced the hiring of Annie Miner as a digital project manager.

In her role at PEP, Miner is responsible for coordinating digital projects, including website and email program development through every stage of planning and production. She oversees cross-functional teams within the agency to ensure deadlines are met and every detail of a project is delivered to the highest quality.

Miner has extensive experience in project management, with a focus on digital strategy.

Before joining PEP, Miner worked at prominent companies with strong online presences, such as Tigerspike, Etsy, and MakerBot. She was a senior digital project manager at avVenta Worldwide in New York City, a global digital marketing production company. Miner also was a project manager at Ruckus Media Group, where she had a lead role in the development and production of interactive iPad storybook applications.

Miner earned her bachelor’s degree in film and television from Boston University’s College of Communication in Massachusetts.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.the-pep.com

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