In this age of misinformation and an ever-shifting technology landscape, we need more Erica Andersons. Erica is the executive producer for Kara Swisher at Vox Media, where she brings her deep experience in media and journalism working inside today’s top tech companies—Twitter, Google, and MTV to name a few. Known as @EricaAmerica on Twitter, Erica was one of the core organizers of the Google Walkout, mobilizing thousands of Google employees across the world to “demand an end to the sexual harassment, discrimination, and the systemic racism that fuel this destructive culture.”
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Mar 4, 2020 @ 6:30 pm
Erica Anderson is the executive producer for content and partnerships for Kara Swisher at Vox Media. She oversees Swisher’s editorial direction and expansion across podcasts (Pivot, Recode Decode), live events, and entertainment.
Prior to Vox, Erica worked at Google News Lab, where she focused on the relationship between platforms and news companies with a focus on mis- and disinformation. She led all of Google’s product marketing efforts for tools for journalists, including all Fact Check efforts. Previously at Twitter, Erica played an instrumental role in the company’s journalism efforts. Before that, Erica helped to make Katie Couric America’s first TV news anchor to use social media for journalism. At CBS Evening News, Erica helped Katie integrate Twitter on TV, something that was ahead of its time.