FTA’s Communications Hire Marks Next Phase in Association’s Growth

Washington, DC – January 24, 2022 – Today, the Financial Technology Association (FTA) welcomes Miranda Margowsky as its Vice President of Communications. Miranda 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. 

“We are thrilled to have Miranda join our expanding team at the Financial Technology Association,” said Penny Lee, CEO of the FTA. “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.”

Miranda comes to FTA from Precision Strategies, an award-winning integrated strategy and marketing agency based in DC. At Precision, she leveraged her background in politics and public affairs to provide strategic communications guidance to clients in the technology, health care, and financial services sectors. 

“I’m honored to take on this new role at such an exciting time for financial technology,” said Miranda Margowsky. “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.”  

Before joining Precision, Miranda spent several years on Capitol Hill as a press secretary for members of Democratic leadership in the Senate and House. She also served as a spokesperson on Senator Debbie Stabenow’s winning re-election campaign in 2018. Miranda 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.

About the Financial Technology Association 

The Financial Technology Association is a nonprofit trade organization that champions the transformative role of financial technology for American consumers and businesses. To learn more about FTA and its member companies, click here.