Gia Moron,
Advisor, Public Relations Expert, Entrepreneur

Gia launched her firm in 2012, and has worked with various small to mid-sized businesses, non-profit organizations, entrepreneurs, speakers and authors. It is no surprise Gia’s client base covers many industries, as during her tenure at her former employer The Goldman Group, Inc. where she was a media relations officer for fifteen years, she oversaw many business lines. Her areas of focus ranged from Urban Investment/Private Equity, Investment Research and Technology to the firm’s organizational focus in Diversity, Recruiting, Corporate Engagement, Human Resources and Corporate Services.
 
From facilitating workshops, participating on panels to organizing events and supporting women owned businesses, Gia has been committed to uplifting her clients. With over 20+ years experience in corporate within the entertainment and financial services industries, she has a special knack for bridging gaps and connect dots between industries. Using her public relations, media training and personal development skillsets Gia works closely with diverse industries to provide them with her years of experience and intuitive insight on the changing markets all while bringing her creativity and voice of reason. In 2016, Gia became the PR Chair for Women Grow New York City Chapter. Women Grow is a national organization and is the largest women’s organization in the cannabis industry committed to cultivating women leaders in the cannabis industry.
 
Before joining Goldman Sachs, she was the Director of Promotions and Publicity at The Fremantle Corporation, a international distribution and production television company. Fremantle was responsible for bringing such shows as Baywatch to China, 3rd Rock From the Sun and Grace Under Fire to LatAm, Tony Awards to Japan, just to name a few. During her six years with the company these standout 90’s shows along with a catalog of other long running shows were brought to Asia ex-Japan, Philippines, Canada and throughout Europe and Africa.
 
Outside of her professional accomplishments, Gia volunteers with various non-profit organizations throughout New York City. She currently resides in Brooklyn, NY with her daughter.