Team MAGIC, or “The Magicians” (as they are known within Alley) found themselves with a rare opportunity to link their in-person retreat with the American Alliance of Museums yearly conference in New Orleans. Team Magic has worked on many museum projects and a few members of the team were speaking at the conference last year. So, instead of choosing a random city somewhere in the continental United States of America, the Magicians set their sites on the birthplace of jazz.
The team at Alley is very proud to announce that Bridget McNulty is becoming a partner at the firm, effective January 1. In addition, she is also being promoted to the role of Vice President of People and Process. Bridget has been with Alley since 2012.
As Vice President of People and Process, Bridget directs hiring, onboarding and internal operations strategy for Alley. Prior to this role, Bridget managed complex development projects at Alley for publishers such as the New York Post, The New Republic and Kaiser Family Foundation. Bridget has worked in product and project management for almost a decade and is a leader in agile development process improvement, client relations and developer management.
Bridget holds a bachelors in Business and Technology and a masters in Management with emphasis in technology commercialization from Stevens Institute of Technology.
Alley Interactive is the premier digital development agency for media and nonprofit organizations. Founded in 2010 by Austin Smith and Matt Johnson, Alley focuses on finding open-source solutions to complex publishing challenges for major news and nonprofit sites. Bridget will be joining existing partners CEO Austin Smith, CTO Matt Johnson, Chief Strategy Officer Brad Campeau-Laurion and Vice President of WordPress Platform Services Matt Boynes.
Please join us in congratulating Bridget!