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I am currently involved in nonprofit political advocacy work, serving as director of digital marketing for UnidosUS, the nation’s largest Latino civil rights and advocacy organization.
MOSES FRENCK is an experienced media and communications professional, with more than 25 years in radio, newspapers, magazines, video, digital media and experiential retail.
A former journalist and longtime editorial manager — with stints having launched a digital video startup in the 2000s and owning a flight school business for five years — Moses’s roles have ranged from radio news writer and announcer, daily newspaper reporter, magazine editor and video producer, to general management at startups and established companies in offline and digital environments.
Known as a strategic and creative problem solver, Moses helps companies and investment firms navigate the ever-changing media and digital landscapes while helping brands optimize their communications, editorial strategies and content operations to engage and grow their audiences and enhance revenue streams.
As managing editor of DiversityInc, the leading source of news and information on diversity & inclusion management, Moses directed a team of writers, editors, designers, video producers and data analysts covering national and business news surrounding diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and producing content for all print and digital products and events. Under his leadership, DiversityInc experienced the greatest digital traffic growth in its 19-year history.
Moses was previously a writer and editor with Adweek and was selected to spearhead the launch of the first magazine to cover Hispanic advertising, marketing and media in the United States as founding managing editor of Adweek’s Marketing y Medios — a Jesse H. Neal Award finalist for best start-up magazine that year.
Following Adweek, as co-founder of MIO.TV — a digital video and social platform featuring original and syndicated content for the bilingual U.S. Latino market — Moses successfully led the company through three rounds of private equity and venture capital financing. Unfortunately, the company was a casualty of the 2008/2009 financial crisis and forced to shutter.
In late-2009, Moses took a break from media to pursue his passion in aviation and purchased a 20-year-old flight school. Leveraging his business and communications skills in advertising, content marketing and public relations, he successfully tripled the customer base, quadrupled sales revenue and grew the aircraft fleet from three to nine airplanes while expanding into a full-service aviation business and aircraft maintenance center. Moses accepted an offer to sell the business in 2014.
An award-winning writer and editor, Moses is credited with more than 2,500 articles published in newspapers, magazines and trade media. He has been an invited industry speaker and quoted by leading publications ranging from Advertising Age to Bloomberg Businessweek and The Washington Post.
Additionally, Moses has written and performed stand-up comedy, entertaining audiences at New York’s Gotham Comedy Club, the Comedy Cellar, Stand Up NY and Carolines on Broadway, among others, and has written two television sitcom pilots. .
Outside of work, Moses is a licensed pilot and the proud father of two awesome daughters.