Emily Moyer began her role as the SVP, Marketing and Digital Strategies for The Michael J. Fox Foundation in October of 2014. She is currently responsible for digital strategy and implementation of marketing practices across the Web Development, Constituent Relationship Management, and Marketing teams. In this newly created role, Emily is excited about leveraging the scale and scope of digital platforms and developing data-driven insights to reach a wider audience of constituents who can engage in the cause to find a cure.
Prior to joining the Foundation, Emily was the Global Head of Marketing at Reuters, where she led an international team responsible for online, email and social marketing; customer research; lead generation; and global events. In 2007, Emily launched her own media consulting practice specializing in marketing, business development and financial modeling for online and mobile content companies. From 2002-2007, Emily held a number of management roles at The New York Times Company, spanning the Digital, Circulation, Sales, and Business Development departments. Emily’s career began at Time Warner, where she supervised custom publishing projects for Fortune 500 companies, and at Ziff Davis Media, where she wrote articles on new developments on the Internet and in software and hardware.
Emily holds an MBA in Strategic Media Management from The Wharton School and a BA in Philosophy and Religion from Bowdoin College. She is a member of several marketing and media industry associations and provides volunteer career mentoring to MBA students.