I know you're quite busy, however when you have a moment, please watch the video & if you're so inclined, "like" it on Youtube, share with your friends and even possibly leave a comment on Youtube.
With lots of gratitude & humility!
Here's a cool infographic, shared by , that goes through some really interesting stats and figures!
One thing that really caught my eye were the predictions about Pinterest, accounting for 40% of all social media related purchases in the coming months.
Or this one...
20% from all Google search queries made on a particular day have never been searched before!
Check out the full infographic along with an article that adds more details at: http://digitalsherpa.com/infographic-6-mind-blowing-social-media-statistics/
#SocialMedia #Infographic #SocialMediaMarketing #Pinterest
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- New York University Heyman Center for PhilanthropyAdjunct Instructor, 2009 - present
- Amazing Taste, LLCFounder / CEO, 2001 - present
- Cornell University School of Hotel AdministrationEntrepreneur In Residence, 2011 - 2013
I live a life outside of the proverbial box and instead build concentric circles that connect people, ideas, cultures, continents, companies, organizations and technologies to achieve creative and strategic outcomes. I’m a recognized authority on leadership, entrepreneurship, philanthropy and technological innovations advancing international development.
Over the last 10 years, through my firm Amazing Taste, I’ve helped major nonprofit organizations, corporations, the media and funders meet their mutually beneficial strategic objectives by identifying their shared relationships and by facilitating ways in which they can creatively and efficiently pursue and meet their common goals.
A frequent public speaker, I’ve keynoted, moderated, presented workshops and served on panels in the US and Africa, including: delivering a 2013 TEDx Talk at Cornell University, the 2012 SXSW Africa, Tech & Women panel that she co-organized, keynoting the 2013 Southern Africa Fundraising Awards, delivering a WebEX presentation to new associates of a major Wall Street firm and addressing the women's association of a multinational corporation's about African women in leadership.
Since 2009, I’ve taught at NYU Heyman Center for Philanthropy & Fundraising-- developing courses for organizations seeking to more effectively participate in the global funding ecosystem. As a 2011-2013 Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Cornell University, I advised aspiring entrepreneurs on how to develop compelling value propositions for funders. Building on my varied professional experiences, lifelong travel worldwide and completion of numerous professional development seminars, I have also coached hundreds of professionals seeking to identify and realize the purpose of their respective lives.
I serve as Communications Chair of the invitation-only, President's Council of Cornell Women; am a member of the Advisory Board to Syracuse University School of Information Studies; and am an inaugural Board member of Africans in the Diaspora (AiD). Additionally, I’ve served as a juror of the 2014 REBRAND 100(R) Global Awards, and a judge of the 2013 Syracuse University RvD IDEA Awards and the Apps4Africa 2012 Business Challenge.
I hold a Master of Management in Hospitality degree from Cornell University School of Hotel Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems from Syracuse University School of Information Studies. Additionally, I graduated from the United Nations International School which I attended from kindergarten to twelfth grade.
A one-time art student and competitive modern rhythmic gymnast, I’m now an aspiring yogi, a recently-certified permaculture designer and have always loved eclectic rhythms, and bold flavors and colors.
- Cornell University School of Hotel AdministrationMarketing, 1996 - 1999
- Syracuse UniversityInformation Systems, 1988 - 1992