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Connie Zheng has a strong record of ideating and piloting new communications approaches and of crafting thoughtful PR efforts that generate results, support business goals, and move the needle.


Her clients have appeared in prominent media outlets that include New York Times, USA Today, Fortune, Financial Times, Upworthy, Vanity Fair, NBC News, BBC, MIT Technology Review, Bloomberg TV, Fox Business, Conde Naste Traveler, Inc., Fast Company, Slate, among many others. They have spoken at leading industry events such as Fortune Brainstorm Tech, SXSW and TechCrunch Disrupt. In non-traditional PR, Connie has crafted PR campaigns for videos that have gone viral in non-traditional earned platforms that have amassed millions of views. 


  • CNBC: British billionaire Jim Mellon plans to take his life extension start-up public in six to 12 months

  • FORTUNE: Why This Venture Capitalist Is Tackling “Tough Tech”

  • BLOOMBERG: Bill Gates-Led Fund Invests in Making Lithium Mining More Sustainable

  • BLOOMBERG: Entrepreneur Semyon Dukach Helps Ukrainian Refugees

  • NEW YORK TIMES: The Next Tech Talent Shortage: Quantum Computing Researchers

  • USA TODAY: Tennis Great Agassi Debuts Ed-Tech Venture at CES

  • WALL STREET JOURNAL: Biotech Companies Tap AI to Speed Path to Coronavirus Treatments

  • FORTUNE: Startup Uses A.I. to Identify Molecules that Could Fight Coronavirus

  • SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN: Who's Brave Enough to Invest in Saving the Planet?

  • FORTUNE:  Bill Gates-Led Venture Fund Invests in Carbon-Free Steel Manufacturing 

  • WASHINGTON POST: Trump’s Next Round of Trade Limits Could Hurt the U.S. Tech Industry He Wants to Help

  • FINANCIAL TIMES: The Tech Fear Behind Donald Trump’s Trade War with China

  • CNBC: “Tough Tech” Jobs Address the World’s Biggest Problems

  • MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW: A Robot Scientist Will Dream Up New Materials to Advance Computing and Fight Pollution

  • WIRED: A Molecule Designed by AI Exhibits 'Druglike' Qualities

  • FORBES: This Startup Just Raised $21 Million to Bring Quantum Computing to Enterprise Applications 

  • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES: Intel Capital's Lisa Lambert: Ignoring Diverse Entrepreneurs Is 'Just Bad Business'

  • BLOOMBERG TV: The Education Startup Backed by Kobe Bryant and Jack Ma

  • BLOOMBERG: MIT Venture Fund Backs Startups in Biotech, Renewable Energy


  • FORBES: Meet The Latest Unicorn: Formlabs, A 3-D Printing Startup Founded By Three Young MIT Grads

  • FORBES: Wise Systems’ Chazz Sims on Entrepreneurial Sacrifices and Putting the Business First

  • THE ECONOMIST: Quantum for quants 

  • MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW -- Innovators Under 35

  • FORBES 30 UNDER 30



  • FORTUNE: This 3D Printer is Heading For Your Desktop...Rebecca Minkoff is already using it

  • FORTUNE: This Startup Wants to Bring 'Common Sense' to Self-Driving Cars

  • BLOOMBERG: Rides Homesharing Wave to Raise Funds, Add Bookings

  • FAST COMPANY: These Food Trucks are Ditching Noisy, Smelly, Polluting Generators—and Going Electric

  • MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW: Developing a Tough, Time-Consuming Technology? This Investor Is Interested

  • BEST OF CES: Best Drone Startup

  • THE VERGE: "Best Danger" Drone Award 

  • VANITY FAIR: Gadget Guide…An Entirely New Way to Watch Movies 

  • UPWORTHY: 3D Printing Isn't Just Cool Technology, It's Changing the Lives of Those in Need of Prosthetics

  • NBC NEWS: Agassi Takes a Swing for Education 

  • INC: Why Techstars Co-Founder Brad Feld Joined the Board of a 3D Printing Startup

  • NEW YORKER: “Code” and the Quest for Inclusive Software

  • ATLANTIC: When Women Code

  • FORTUNE: Intel's $125 Million Plan to Shake Up White, Male Silicon Valley

  • MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW: The World's First Quantum Software Superstore -- or So It Hopes -- Is Here

  • SXSW: Biz Stone on Creativity and Redefining Success

  • BBC: The Drop-In Centres Allowing New US Tech Firms to Grow

  • FORBES: TechShop: Mainstreaming the Maker Movement

  • TECHCRUNCH DISRUPT: Join The Giants Of The Maker Movement

  • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES: Debugging The Gender Gap: 'Code' Documentary Director Says Tech Still Failing Women

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