Managed Funds Association Adds Noah Theran As Communications Chief
U.S. based trade association the Managed Funds Association (MFA) has named Noah Theran as Executive Vice President and Managing Director of Global Communications. Theran joins MFA from Internet Association, where he has led communications since 2014. He begins his new role on June 22, 2020 and will be based in Washington, DC.
“Communicating who we are and how we create value for our investors – many of whom are public pensions, charitable foundations and endowments – is critical to our industry’s success. Noah brings a track record of helping high-profile industries strengthen their communications capabilities to meet their public policy and reputation building objectives. He possesses deep knowledge of the alternative asset landscape and is an immediate value-add to our team,” said Bryan Corbett, President and CEO of Managed Funds Association.
Theran joins MFA from Internet Association, a national trade association representing more than 40 of the world’s top internet companies, where he was Senior Vice President of Global Public Affairs & Communications since 2014. In this role, he helped grow Internet Association into a respected voice on tech policy issues and oversaw the team responsible for global communications, digital, marketing, events and grassroots. Prior to Internet Association, Theran was Director of Communications at the American Investment Council, the trade association representing the interests of the world’s largest private equity firms. There, his team earned a PRSA Silver Anvil Award of Excellence, Reputation/Brand Management for their campaign to help the private equity industry manage the spotlight of the 2012 presidential election.
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