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Scott Miranda

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Scott is a public relations veteran specializing in sports, corporate clients as well as brand, retail, sponsorship, manufacturing, media properties, non-profit and crisis communications. His experience
includes working with world-class sports properties and brands to build awareness and strengthen
their positioning in the marketplace by utilizing storytelling and strategic media relations, as well as
navigating several athletes and businesses through complicated crisis situations.

Scott’s vast experience includes working on more than 20 consecutive US Open Tennis
Championships, representing Fanatics, New Balance, Harrah’s Entertainment, Showtime Sports,
Tough Mudder and Foxwoods, and opening Citi Field, the reimagined USTA Billie Jean King National
Tennis Center in Queens, NY, the Jackie Robinson Museum in New York City and Liberty National
Golf Club in Jersey City, NJ. In addition, he has worked with numerous national sports governing
bodies including the United States Tennis Association (USTA), USA Track & Field and USA
Volleyball as well as several professional sports franchises including Athletes Unlimited which
powers five professional women’s sports leagues, New York Islanders, New York Jets, New York
Road Runners/New York City Marathon and launched The Players’ Tribune, the first
player-supported media website started by Derek Jeter. He has supported sports sponsorships for
Citi, JPMorgan Chase, Delta Airlines, VISA, Pepsi and Gatorade, and on the non-profit side has
worked with the USTA Foundation, Jackie Robinson Foundation and The Earl Monroe New
Renaissance Charter School.

Prior to founding Miranda & Company Communications, Scott worked at both Smith & Company and
DKC where he served as a Managing Director and ran the sports and media business division for
more than two decades. He was named Cynopsis Sports PR Professional of the Year in 2015, and
DKC Sports was named Cynopsis Sports Agency of the Year in 2016. Scott also served as an
adjunct professor at Iona College in New Rochelle, NY, for eight years.

Scott graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a bachelor’s degree in