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Marina Minas
Marina Minas
Marina Minas

Marina Minas, a true Californian at heart, has roots deeply embedded in Fresno, California, where she was born, raised, and educated. She earned her degree in Mass Communications and Broadcast Journalism from CSU Fresno before embarking on an adventurous journey that led her to Washington, D.C.

 

In the nation’s capital, Marina’s career took flight with a summer internship at the Fund for American Studies Program of Journalism. Since then, she has become an integral part of the esteemed Fox News Channel’s Washington, D.C. Bureau. Marina’s tenure at Fox has been diverse, spanning from roles in the Assignment Desk to the Media Production unit and producing on “Fox News Sunday.”

 

Throughout her time at Fox, Marina has been immersed in the pulse of American politics, covering pivotal moments including the tail end of Obama’s Presidency, the dramatic 2016 Election Cycle, the Trump administration, and the intense 2020 Presidential Election. Notably, she played a key role in facilitating Chris Wallace’s interviews with notable figures like President Trump and Russian President Putin during the Helsinki Summit.

 

Marina Minas transitioned to an impactful role as the Chief Marketing Officer at Turning Point USA, where her accomplishments have been remarkable. Marina oversees a multifaceted portfolio at TPUSA, including Digital Marketing, Social Media, Productions, Graphic Design, The Merchandise Store, Public Relations, Live Feed, Frontlines Division, and Live Event Coverage. Under her leadership, Turning Point’s social media platforms have experienced exponential growth, with a staggering increase of 90-110% year over year. Furthermore, Marina initiated the Frontlines Division at Turning Point USA, where groundbreaking stories have garnered mainstream media attention, accumulating over 200 million views.