Vineyard Offshore Adds Digital Communications Manager | Miranda Nolan


Miranda Nolan Will Boost the Company’s Digital Presence, including Website, Social Media Channels, and Multimedia Products 

(BOSTON,MA) – Vineyard Offshore today announced that Miranda Nolan has joined the company as Digital Communications Manager. In this newly created position, Nolan will manage the company’s digital properties, including its social media channels and the Vineyard website, and develop multimedia content for online distribution. 

“With the addition of a digital media specialist to our communications team, we will be able to tell the Vineyard Offshore story of community-focused offshore wind development in new ways,” said Christian Scorzoni, Chief External Affairs Officer for Vineyard Offshore. “We are excited to have Miranda on board to lead the company’s online engagement in support of clean energy projects on both coasts.”

“I’m thrilled to join the team at Vineyard Offshore,” said Nolan. “Offshore wind is the biggest clean energy opportunity of our time, and Vineyard Offshore is leading the charge. I look forward to amplifying Vineyard Offshore’s voice in conversations about clean energy and its positive impact on jobs and communities.”

Based in Boston, Nolan previously worked as Senior Content Specialist at Matter Communications and as Content Specialist at Mimecast. 

Nolan has a B.A. from Loyola University Maryland and is currently pursuing an M.S. in Digital Media Management at the University of Southern California Annenberg.


About Vineyard Offshore

Vineyard Offshore is leading the development of two lease areas in the Northeast, in addition to a recently acquired lease in Northern California, OCS-P 0562. Lease area OCS-A 522, known as Vineyard Northeast, is located off the coast of Massachusetts. OCS-A 544, known as Vineyard Mid-Atlantic and home to the Excelsior Wind Project, is located in the New York Bight. Combined with its joint venture development of the first-in-the-nation offshore wind project, Vineyard Wind, now under construction, Vineyard Offshore has the potential to develop more than 6 gigawatts of clean, renewable, and affordable energy on the East and West Coasts of the United States.  To learn more, visit:


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