Miki King is Vice President, Marketing at The Washington Post, where she oversees subscription and new product marketing, branding and business development. Since joining The Washington Post in early 2016, Miki has led the team to drive digital subscription growth by more than 200%, focusing on both subscriber retention and engagement as well as new subscriber acquisition.
With over 15 years of experience in building and leading high performing growth teams, Miki’s expertise is in managing critical client relationships, fostering stakeholder buy – in and innovating functional operations. Prior to joining The Washington Post, Miki was Executive Vice President, Operations at Politico, where she launched the company’s first paid subscription product, POLITICO Pro, created the organization’s talent acquisition team and spearheaded the company’s community engagement initiatives.
Miki began her career by leading business development and marketing teams at The Advisory Board Company. She also practiced as a contract litigation attorney at Seeger, Faughnan, Mendocino, PC before serving as Director of Business Development for the Health Care practice of the law firm of Manatt, Phelps and Philips.
Miki holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, a JD from George Mason University School of Law and was admitted to the Virginia State Bar in 2007. Miki is on the Board o f Directors of the International Women’s Media Foundation, which is dedicated to strengthening the role of women journalists worldwide. She also serves on the Corporate Advisory Board for So Others Might Eat, a community – based organization committed to hel ping the poor and homeless of our nation’s capital.
Miki lives in Northern Virginia with her husband and two sons.