Philippa Gamse

Philippa Gamse

Web strategy pioneer, Philippa Gamse has been working with Internet applications since 1991. Long before most people saw the potential power of online communication tools, Philippa was an “Internet evangelist” for a major national nonprofit organization, inspiring her colleagues to work together online, and building the expertise that led to her form her own consulting and speaking practice. She is regularly contacted by clients and the media for her expertise on subjects including eBusiness strategy best practices, creating Websites that produce results, and small business online techniques and solutions. Read more

Michelle Rosado

 

Michelle Rosado has a message of inspiration and empowerment for your audience, as well as an engaging style that will make your entire organization strive to new heights by helping them to discover their own inner strength both personally and professionally. Internationally recognized as “The Woman of Empowerment“, Michelle has overcome some incredible life obstacles, including surviving a physically and mentally abusive relationship, as well as escaping the World Trade Center just seconds before her offices were destroyed. Read more

Jef Gray

Jef Gray

 

 

 

JEF GRAY    –    CBA Speakers Bureau
Social Media Expert, Technologist, Artist
 

 

 

 

Jef designs and manages web solutions for various business and corporate development projects. He is a “whole project person” rather than a dedicated programmer, who also enjoys design, workflow and face to face interaction. Jef is an expert in:
•  Automation Development      •  Web Technology
•  Marketing / Advertising           •  Creative/Design
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John Sileo

John Sileo

John’s identity was stolen out of his business and used to commit a series of crimes, including $300K worth of

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Mike Foster

Mike Foster

Mike’s mission is to help businesses keep their networks safe. The driving force behind Mike’s mission is that since we all use the Internet, it should be a safe place to work, learn and play. Being safe on the Internet is ridiculously difficult for non-technical users. This is outrageous – especially with so many businesses and home users relying on the Internet daily.

Mike Foster has delivered more than 1,500 presentations and training sessions in 48 of the 50 United States plus Canada, Australia, England, Scotland, Ireland, New Zealand, and South Africa. Multiple international organizations dub him their Number 1 Technology Speaker.

Mike Foster continues to consult at hundreds of companies in North America regarding IT best practices for increasing productivity, profits and protection. He performs IT security audits and coaches IT teams in a friendly manner to establish a baseline of the IT infrastructure’s condition and go after root causes in the most economical manner. Mike helps CEO’s, owners, and executives understand and trust their IT in-house and outsourced professionals. Foster’s input and availability to answer questions helps them sleep better at night.

Mike explains the most technical, in a common sense “plain English” way that even “low tech” people enjoy. Because Mike’s delivery is down-to-earth, the technical is easy to understand. Mike Foster has a wide range of high-level technology certifications; he also quickly engages even your most sophisticated tech people. He’s been interviewed by USA Today, Forbes Magazine, and The New York Times, as well as many others… Read more

Terry Brock

Terry Brock

Terry Brock is an internationally recognized speaker, business coach and a columnist for business journals across the United States, writing about technology, marketing and the Internet in his weekly column “Succeeding Today.” Brock has helped businesses and individuals achieve their goals since 1983, speaking about productivity and increasing profitability for industries such as banking, distribution, sales, marketing, real estate and finance. His sessions are entertaining and packed with useful, “put-it-to-work-right-now” information. Read more

Aaron Dignan

Aaron Dignan

Culture is changing rapidly at the intersection of people and technology. Author and digital strategist Aaron Dignan translates disruptive innovations at the fringe of the digital space and the world of gaming into meaningful lessons for the mainstream.

Dignan dressed up as a super hero for 180 straight days of the first grade, which marked the beginning of his life as an iconoclast, observer, theorist, and performer. Now, as a founding partner of the digital strategy firm Undercurrent based in New York, he advises global brands and complex organizations like GE, PepsiCo, Ford, and Disney on their future in an increasingly technophilic world. Read more

Steve Wozniak

Steve Wozniak

Considered by most to be the real “brains” behind Apple, Steve Wozniak is not just a first class engineer with three decades of world-famous credentials; he’s also a really nice guy. Personally invested in making the world a better place on a global and local level, Wozniak has been dedicated –from the first design of the Apple I — to a vision of making technology functionally and financially accessible. This is more than just a design spec; it’s about real life: Wozniak has “adopted” the Los Gatos School District, providing students and teachers with hands-on teaching and donations of state-of-the-art technology equipment. He’s also founded the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and was the founding sponsor of the Tech Museum, and Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose. This Silicon Valley icon and philanthropist has been awarded the National Medal of Technology by the President, the highest honor bestowed on America’s leading innovators, and was inducted into the Inventors Hall of Fame. He also won the prestigious Heinz Award, for Technology, Economy and Employment. Wozniak recently released his bestselling biography, iWoz: From Computer Geek to Cult Icon: How I Invented the Personal Computer, Co-Founded Apple, and Had Fun Doing It. His role in shaping the computing industry cannot be underestimated: he’s the engineer/inventor/fifth grade teacher/philanthropist and irrepressible prankster who is changing our world even at this very moment. Read more

Tom Koulopoulos

Tom Koulopoulos

President and founder of Delphi Group; named one of the industry’s six most influential consultants by InformationWeek; author of eight books; Innovation Executive in Residence at Bentley University, lecturer at the Boston College Graduate school of management and Harvard; and frequent contributor to national and international print and broadcast media, Tom Koulopoulos is one of the most prolific thought leaders in the country. His insights provide a beyond-the-edge view of the turbulence created by the collision of technology and business. Tom Peters has called his writing, “a brilliant vision of where we must take our enterprises to survive and thrive.” The late management guru and 20th Century business icon Peter Drucker, said of Koulopoulos’ writing “[it][/it]makes you question not only the way you run your business but the way you run yourself.” His latest book, The Innovation Zone, (www.theinnovationzone.com) looks at how we can overcome individual and organizational inertia the create breakthrough innovation, and his upcoming book, The Social Economy, will examine the ways in which organizations will leverage the power of social networks, influence, relationships, personalization and trust by creating brands that people are drawn to not only because of their reputation but because of their ability to align with the values and personal interests of buyers. Read more

Daniel Burrus

Daniel Burrus

Considered one of the world’s leading technology forecasters and business strategists, over the past quarter century Read more