Miranda Margowsky

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Miranda Margowsky is a communications strategist and spokeswoman with over seven years of experience in congressional and campaign communications.

Prior to joining Precision, Miranda served as deputy communications director for U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow, the fourth-ranked Democrat in the Senate and Chair of the Democratic Policy and Communications Committee. In that role, Miranda implemented a press strategy that elevated Stabenow as a national health care leader and a political force in Michigan, a key battleground state. Miranda also served as the primary spokesperson for Stabenow’s 2018 re-election campaign, labeled as one of the ten most competitive races that cycle by Politico.

Before working in Stabenow’s office, Miranda served as press secretary for House Democratic Caucus Chairman Xavier Beccera, where she provided communications and messaging guidance to over 180 House Democrats and ran operations in the House Democratic Caucus recording studio. Prior to that role, Miranda served as the sole communications staffer for U.S. Congressman Henry Cuellar, where she elevated Cuellar’s profile as a national leader on border issues and built relationships with both English and Spanish-language media. Prior to working on Capitol Hill, Miranda was a field organizer in Miami, Florida for President Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign.

A native of New Hampshire, Miranda attended Harvard College, where she studied Middle Eastern history and Arabic. She is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Global Policy at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

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Politics Is Changing: Why Aren’t The Pundits Who Cover It? By Rebecca Traister

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Miranda Margowsky

Principal

Connect: Email

Social media must-follow:

@JMartNYT

Article everyone should read:

Politics Is Changing: Why Aren’t The Pundits Who Cover It? By Rebecca Traister

Favorite app:

Airbnb

Miranda Margowsky is a communications strategist and spokeswoman with over seven years of experience in congressional and campaign communications.

Prior to joining Precision, Miranda served as deputy communications director for U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow, the fourth-ranked Democrat in the Senate and Chair of the Democratic Policy and Communications Committee. In that role, Miranda implemented a press strategy that elevated Stabenow as a national health care leader and a political force in Michigan, a key battleground state. Miranda also served as the primary spokesperson for Stabenow’s 2018 re-election campaign, labeled as one of the ten most competitive races that cycle by Politico.

Before working in Stabenow’s office, Miranda served as press secretary for House Democratic Caucus Chairman Xavier Beccera, where she provided communications and messaging guidance to over 180 House Democrats and ran operations in the House Democratic Caucus recording studio. Prior to that role, Miranda served as the sole communications staffer for U.S. Congressman Henry Cuellar, where she elevated Cuellar’s profile as a national leader on border issues and built relationships with both English and Spanish-language media. Prior to working on Capitol Hill, Miranda was a field organizer in Miami, Florida for President Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign.

A native of New Hampshire, Miranda attended Harvard College, where she studied Middle Eastern history and Arabic. She is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Global Policy at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

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