This week digital media expert Giovanni Gallucci talks with guest host Ed Baxter about the analytics of Instagram, and why it is important for your comapny to keep track of who is watching your brand.
Giovanni is an Ad Age, Emmy, Telly, and Webby award-winning search engine optimization expert, social media specialist, and digital strategist who develops loyal, engaged online audiences for brands in entertainment, fashion, food & beverage, sports, and technology. He spend most of his time as an online content producer, building online audiences by creating targeted, relevant content for engaging with fans on social networks via photography and video.
CEO – EWF Intenational
Tanis Cornell is the CEO of EWF International, a company committed to increasing the representation of women in the executive ranks. EWF leads and facilitates peer advisory forums for women business owners and executives, provides training programs for emerging leaders, and conducts workshops and corporate training programs. Tanis is a certified Lumina Learning practitioner, a writer and frequent public speaker on business growth, leadership and women’s career issues.
Tanis has held leadership positions in the information technology industry including serving as an equity partner and Board member of the private software company PhaseWare, an officer level position in the Fortune 1000 telecommunications company WilTel, VP of sales for Level 3 Communications and led one of the largest service provider partnerships for Fortune 500 data management company, NetApp.
Leadership-Architect, Executive Consultant
Keahey Consulting Group
Cash Keahey is a global leader-architect with a natural gift for engaging audiences, facilitating learning and coaching leaders to greater effectiveness. He earned a bachelor’s in marketing as well as his MBA from the University of Houston. A 23-year professional career inside global Fortune 500s in diverse functions and industries exposed Cash to different corporate cultures with different styles of leadership. Through these experiences, Keahey realized the symbiotic relationship between leadership and culture: that leaders create a culture around them, but in order to succeed, must lead in a culture that values their uniqueness. Over the past 18 years Cash has facilitated leadership workshops in 20 countries on six continents, including The Elements of Leadership workshop to help leaders visualize and better implement the fundamentals of leading.