Sarasota Magazine Names New Publisher
SagaCity Media is pleased to announce the appointment of Dan Starostecki as the new publisher of Sarasota Magazine. With his extensive experience in business development and sales, Starostecki brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to this role.
Starostecki has been an invaluable asset to SagaCity since originally joining the organization in 2007 as an account executive and later being promoted to senior director of business development. He has demonstrated exceptional leadership and offered a strategic vision that has greatly contributed to the growth and success of Sarasota Magazine. Prior to taking on his current role, Starostecki served as the director of business development at Synkron Biosciences & Bogart Labs, where he played a key role in forging partnerships and driving business growth. Starostecki graduated from the University of Florida and earned a bachelor's degree in advertising.
Beyond his professional accomplishments, Starostecki has also made a significant impact on the community through his involvement with the Child Protection Center. As a board member and co-chair of the organization's flagship event, Men, Whiskey and Watches, Starostecki has helped raise substantial funds for the prevention and treatment of child abuse.
In his new role as publisher, Starostecki will lead the sales and business teams at Sarasota Magazine, overseeing the strategic direction and overall operations of the publication. His strong leadership skills, coupled with his deep understanding of the local market, make him the ideal candidate to continue elevating the magazine's reputation and expanding its reach.
"I am thrilled to take on the role of publisher at Sarasota Magazine," Starostecki says. "I am committed to maintaining the high standards of excellence that the magazine is known for while also exploring innovative ways to engage readers and connect with the community. I look forward to working with our talented team to deliver compelling content and enhance the magazine's impact."