Josh Fromson is a seasoned media executive with extensive experience in brand partnerships, publishing, and advertising sales. He attended the University of Arizona, where he honed his skills and developed a passion for the media industry. After completing his studies, Josh began his career as an account executive at Phoenix New Times, where he quickly rose through the ranks to become advertising director. He also held a similar position at Riverfront Times before assuming the role of publisher at SF Weekly, where he oversaw all revenue-generating operations.
Josh's talents eventually caught the attention of Village Voice Media, where he became operating partner and publisher of The Village Voice, one of the most iconic alternative newspapers in the country. While there, he demonstrated an uncanny ability to forge partnerships with major brands, leading to him being named vice president of brand partnerships for the East Coast at Complex Networks, a leading media and entertainment company. In this role, he was responsible for building relationships with enterprise and international brands. He has since been promoted to vice president of enterprise and international brand partnerships, a testament to his leadership qualities and expertise in the field.
Throughout his career, Josh has been unwavering in his commitment to excellence, demonstrated by his many accomplishments and the long-lasting relationships he has built with a who's who of top brands. He is a consummate professional whose vast experience and knowledge make him an invaluable asset to any organization he's involved with.