Sasha Strauss

Innovation Protocol / USC

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Managing Director of Innovation Protocol, a strategy brand firm based in Los Angeles, California, whose clients include large technology, medical and consumer brands; Adjunct Professor of Brand Strategy at University of Southern California

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