Media Management, Inc. (MMi) continues its growth with the addition of Jeanette Myers to its National Insights team and Eman Alvani to ts Data Visualization team.  “Jeanette and Eman each bring a wealth of experience in their respective fields, and each will help assure that MMi continues to lead the industry in providing our clients with media audit findings that help drive their businesses,” said Thomas Bridge, MMi’s CEO.

Jeanette Myers spent 15+ years in paid media leadership roles on the client side for Papa John’s in Louisville, KY.  Prior to that, Jeanette worked as an agency media professional for 20 years, much of that at Doe Anderson, also in Louisville.  In her role on MMi’s National Insights team, Jeanette will objectively help clients and their agencies understand how they are performing against industry best practices and to identify opportunities for recoveries and operational improvements.

Eman Alvani is a veteran in data science, analysis, and visualization – having spent time in those roles at Goldman Sachs & Co., IBM, Uber, and Houlihan Lokey, among others.  Eman is also a Tableau Trainer for The Data Crunch Corporation and a Data Science TA at Southern Methodist University.  He volunteers as a court-appointed special advocate for abused and neglected children in his home city of Dallas, TX.  Eman will bring his experience in data analysis and visualization to work for MMi clients as a senior member of its Data Visualization team.

 

About MMi

MMi’s singular focus is providing clients with transparency and accountability for their media investments.  As the leading media audit firm in the U.S., MMi is staffed by media professionals with decades of experience and has developed and patented software to seamlessly integrate with major buy management platforms to move 100% advertisers' buy data.  MMi continues to invest in state-of-the-art data visualization software and talent to provide clients with clear, actionable insights.  MMi does not plan, buy or sell media and offers complete objectivity, with no vested interest in the outcomes of its audits.