The Millennium Alliance Celebrates The New Roles of Benjamin Kirshner & Amanda Formicola

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In the past few months, we have seen some great employees recieve promotions to higher positions. We are so happy to dedicate the following blog to two individuals who have truly stood out in our culture. Thanks, Ben, and Amanda for answering some questions for Digital Diary!

Amanda Formicola – Delegate Account Manager

Congrats on your recent promotion as Delegate Account Manager! Can you tell us a little bit about your new role?

I am responsible for reaching out to executives for our upcoming campaigns and developing those relationships, as well as handling any problems that arise with an executive’s possible participation.

On a personal level, what does The Millennium Alliance mean to you?

The Millennium Alliance was the beginning of a new chapter for me, both personally and professionally. I’ve grown a lot, and this company has given me skills and tools which have been instrumental to that growth.

What factor do you think contributes to success for employees at The Millennium Alliance, and how does one achieve it?

We have a saying, “Effort is the currency here at The Millennium Alliance,” if you work hard, you will see results. Also, our teams work amazingly well together, and everyone is so supportive of each other.

What is your favorite aspect of working at Millennium?

Working with such a talented group is a great motivator, as I really feed off of the positive energy around me.

What are you looking forward to the most in your new role?

I always want to contribute as much as I can to the success of our campaigns, and I think my new role will allow me to support my team, and add value to our events, in a different capacity.

In your opinion, what sets The Millennium Alliance apart from other organizations?

Every single person at The Millennium Alliance cares about the quality of their work, as well as the success of our company as a whole, and so, you have a team that will go above and beyond to make our events the best in the industry…and that is apparent in every part of our process.

Ben Kirshner – Senior Director

On a personal level, what does The Millennium Alliance mean to you?

It’s been a great place for me to advance my sales career as well as form lifelong friendships along the ride and sharpen my sales acumen.

What factor do you think contributes to success for employees at The Millennium Alliance, and how does one achieve it?

One simple word, effort! Also, perseverance and the inner drive to grow must be present in order for one to reach their potential.

What is your favorite aspect of working at Millennium?

The excitement of working for a young growing company with great people around me.

What are you looking forward to the most in your new role?

I’m looking forward to having the opportunity to get the best performance out of those working under me while teaching them you can be successful and have fun in the process.

In your opinion, what sets The Millennium Alliance apart from other organizations?

One thing that really sets our company apart from others is the amount of comradery we have here. It always feels like family and you can’t put a price on that!

ABOUT THE MILLENNIUM ALLIANCE

Headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, The Millennium Alliance is a leading technology, business, and educational advisory firm. Focusing primarily in areas such as business transformation, executive education, growth, policy, and need analysis. Millennium is quickly becoming one of the most dynamic locations for collaboration across the world.

Millennium Membership offers Fortune 1000 C-Level executives, leading public sector/government officials, and thought leaders across a variety of disciplines unique and exclusive opportunities to meet their peers, understand industry developments and receive introductions to new technology and service advancements to help grow their career and overall company value.

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