With a passion for providing the region with a digital-only source for news and information that entertains and drives thoughtful discussion, Lexie Norcross launched PhillyVoice.com in 2014 and has since grown the site into a competitive media publisher that has been read and followed by millions. She previously served as Vice President of Digital Operations & Corporate Services and Director of Interstate General Media LLC, former publishers of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News and Philly.com. Lexie is a New York University graduate and was the recipient of SNJ Business People’s 40 under 40 Award in 2014 and 2017, and South Jersey Biz’s 20 Under 40 Leaders Award in 2013.
Hal Donnelly has spent the past 14 years in various industries including digital and print media and gaming, hospitality, and entertainment. His various leadership roles include audience development, retention, subscription sales, brand strategy and relationship management. Formerly associated with The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, Philly.com, Packet Publications, Gannett and Resorts Hotel and Casino, Donnelly earned his MBA in 2005.
Matt Romanoski spent 20 years in print journalism in various writing and senior editor roles in the Gannett chain, the New York Post and The Star-Ledger of Newark, N.J., before co-founding the digital news site NewJerseyNewsroom.com. He served as Senior Editor/NFL at AOL’s sports channel, Fanhouse.com, and most recently, was the Executive Sports Producer at Philly.com.
Bob McGovern has been a journalist for 28 years, primarily in digital news. Before PhillyVoice.com, he worked for Philly.com, The Philadelphia Inquirer, St. Petersburg Times, Pottstown Mercury and Public Spirit in Hatboro. His career suddenly went digital in 1996, when the publisher of The Mercury handed him a book on HTML, and said, “Build me a web site.” Three weeks later, it went live. He lives in Montgomery County.
Jeff Douglass brings more than 12 years of product management and marketing experience in leading media companies with a focus on the digital media landscape. Douglass previously held various positions at media organizations throughout the Philadelphia region, including NBC Universal, Philly.com and TV Guide.
Jonathan Tevis serves as the Director of External Relations for PhillyVoice.com, and oversees communications, corporate partnerships, public relations and event programming. Tevis, a Rowan University graduate in Public Relations, was previously Manager of Public Relations & Events at Interstate General Media LLC, where as company spokesperson, he managed media relations, community affairs and revenue events on behalf of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com.
Radhika Shah serves as the Executive Assistant to Lexie Norcross and the PhillyVoice team. Shah, an Australian born, MBA graduate from Saint Leo University, has an extensive background in administration, fashion, marketing, public relations and real estate. Her previous experience includes working for Saks Fifth Avenue, Charming Shoppes and Spencer Gifts.
Mark Auterson is the Desktop Support Specialist for PhillyVoice.com. In this role, Auterson is responsible for managing the company’s network infrastructure, developing and evaluating IT strategies, assisting in the implementation of new products and providing technical support on all platforms used within the organization. Prior to joining PhillyVoice, Auterson spent six years serving in various IT support roles at Apple Inc.
Greg Dennis brings nine years of digital sales experience to PhillyVoice.com. As Digital Media Account Executive, Greg identifies powerful marketing solutions for clients that transform their messages into impactful stories and deliver meaningful results using integrated content, exclusive video, e-mail and strategic ad placement. Greg is a graduate of Temple University’s School of Media and Communication and resides in Philadelphia.
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