Founder & President of Moxie Media moxiemediaco.com
MARISSA BRONFMAN is the Founder and President of MOXIE MEDIA, a boutique digital media agency based in Bombay.
She is a regular contributor to THE HUFFINGTON POST and writes for VOGUE INDIA, CONDE NAST TRAVELLER and more.
MARISSA began her career in media in New York City with NBC UNIVERSAL and later moved to THE HUFFINGTON POST. In addition to her work on the editorial team she began contributing articles on fashion, entertainment, philanthropy and the arts.
Writing from international destinations like New York, Toronto, Los Angeles and most recently India, MARISSA has traveled the world for her stories and has interviewed eminent filmmakers and tastemakers, Olympic athletes, distinguished philanthropists and humanitarians, Hollywood and Bollywood stars, and celebrated fashion designers. She has been interviewed on television and radio, as well as profiled in a number of publications, including VOGUE INDIA and WALL STREET JOURNAL.
After falling in love with India on her first visit in 2010, MARISSA became passionate about travelling the subcontinent. She writes frequently about travel and was responsible for editing CONDE NAST TRAVELLER’s first mobile app, A Luxury Guide to 18 Indian Cities. Her travel photos have been featured extensively online.
In 2012 she founded MOXIE MEDIA, a boutique digital media agency passionate about creating stylish, unique and engaging online platforms and web campaigns for forward-thinking individuals and companies who seek to successfully build their brand in today's exciting digital media space. MOXIE MEDIA is routinely profiled and mentioned in leading publications like WALL STREET JOURNAL, FIRSTPOST, THE HUFFINGTON POST and more.
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