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CROSSOVER
Q&A ADDS TWO FOR TECH

Q&A has added Charlie Kim as Senior Software Engineer and Maria Gironas as Director of Video Platform Strategy. Kim previously served as a lead developer for Hulu, while Gironas was a Strategic Partner Manager on YouTube's Artist Development team.

“I have always been interested in technologies igniting the evolution of the entertainment industry,” said Kim. “This is an incredible opportunity for me to build an infrastructure to evolve the music industry alongside Troy Carter and the Q&A team.”

“I’m honored to be joining Q&A to continue my passion for artist development,” commented Gironas. “The team Suzy Ryoo, J. Erving, and Troy have assembled not only share an artist first mentality, but a contagious hustle that excites me for all the amazing work we’ll be accomplishing as a team.”

The pair have now been tasked with making that little squiggly thing on the bosses' phones go away.