Meet San Francisco Chronicle's
ALISON PFAFF

Careers - Alison’s Story
 Joining A Growing Team
Alison’s Story
Joining A Growing Team
It was Alison’s former manager who brought her to the Chronicle to launch Hearst StoryStudio. The StoryStudio creates branded content for Hearst’s newspapers and broadcast division. Alison started the studio as a one-woman operation, but over the last two years, she’s hired three additional people to round out the team.
Careers - What Alison Does
 Creative Services Director
What Alison Does
Creative Services Director
In order to support the Studio’s East Coast partners, Alison’s day starts early. With a growing client list of nearly 600 brands, she typically kicks off between 10 and 15 new projects a day. No matter what the project is, Alison’s main goal is to produce content that not only benefits clients but also resonates with readers.
 
 
“The fact that we’ve come as far as we have over the last two years is amazing. It’s great to work for a brand as solid as the Chronicle.”
 
“The fact that we’ve come as far as we have over the last two years is amazing. It’s great to work for a brand as solid as the Chronicle.”
 
 
“Our publisher, Jeff Johnson, is one of the most inspirational men I’ve ever met, and I’m just so honored to work for him. He’s so supportive and excited about the growth we’ve been seeing.
 
“Our publisher, Jeff Johnson, is one of the most inspirational men I’ve ever met, and I’m just so honored to work for him. He’s so supportive and excited about the growth we’ve been seeing.