Vox Media Inc is an American digital media company that currently has eight editorial brands: SB Nation, The Verge, Polygon, Curbed, Eater, Racked, Vox and recently Re/code.
Trei Brundrett is a cofounder and the former Chief Operating Officer of Vox Media, overseeing the highest priority cross-company initiatives and leading the Design, Technology and Product groups. He now serves as a Senior Advisor in a part-time capacity. He led the team responsible for developing Chorus, Vox Media's modern media platform designed from the ground-up to launch premium digital media brands and deliver content and community. Trei was instrumental in growing Vox Media from a collection of sports blogs to a ground-breaking media organization with a portfolio of leading brands including SB Nation, The Verge, Polygon, Eater, Curbed, Vox, Recode, New York Magazine, Vulture, The Cut, GrubStreet, NowThisNews, Thrillist, The Dodo, and PopSugar. He was named to The AdWeek 50, which wrote, "Under Brundrett’s direction, Vox Media has evolved into one of the most agile Web-based publishers." Previously, as the co-founder of the boutique digital strategy firm Handwire Trei led large scale internet strategy, advertising and development projects for Fortune 500 companies, national non-profits and media clients such as Microsoft XBOX, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Royal Dutch Shell, and Texas Monthly. Trei also led digital technology and strategy efforts for Senator Mark Warner's 2008 presidential bid. He's a member of the board for The Texas Tribune (currently Chair), Guardian Media Group, Montclair Local, McDonald Observatory at The University of Texas and OpenNews. He studied History and Astronomy at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.