Priyanka Sharma-Sindhar

Priyanka is responsible for the earned revenue - advertising, sponsorships and institutional memberships - and major gifts at CALmatters. Previously, she ran the Tech Content Marketing Studio at Informa, a multinational publishing and events corporation, consulting with clients from Fortune 500 companies. A long time tech reporter and editor, Priyanka used to run her own Silicon Valley content, marketing and strategy consulting business. She served as Regional Editor of AOL Patch's 12 Silicon Valley and Santa Cruz news sites. She also co-founded an award-winning city magazine and website covering Oakland - The OakBook - which was one of the first truly local news sites in California, garnering the attention of news observers locally and nationally. Priyanka is an alumna of UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.


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