Mashable Taps Stacy Green from The New York Times as Director of Communications

Stacy Green, formerly manager of digital partnerships and social-media marketing for NYTimes.com and The New York Times, joined Mashable as director of communications, where she will oversee public relations and marketing and work with the social-media news site’s business-development, events, sales, and advertising teams to improve outreach efforts, strategic marketing, and internal and external communications.

At the Times, she helped to implement online-engagement and social-marketing strategies, as well as managing marketing for the newspaper’s Open platform and TimesOpen series. She previously served as public-relations manager for NYTimes.com, where she helped launch the blogger-outreach program and social-media presence for the corporate communications department.

From the announcement on Mashable:

She is on the leadership team and planning committee for the Community Managers Meetup, the Social Media Week Advisory Board, and is a member of 85 Broads and Advertising Women of New York. She was part of the inaugural New York City Twestival planning team in February 2009.

Green will start her new role with Mashable next Monday. We encourage you to follow her on Twitter at @StacyGreen and/or reach out to her on LinkedIn.

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