Speaker Spotlight: Jed Sundwall

Jed Sundwall is the president of Measured Voice. At Measured Voice, he has developed and managed new media strategies for USA.gov, GobiernoUSA.gov, PayPal, and Unilever.

A proud and committed San Diegan, he is also the founder of Open San Diego,  a group working to make data about San Diego freely available for anyone to use. Launched late in 2009, Open San Diego has quickly developed a vibrant community of volunteer software developers, journalists, and citizens interested in leveraging the power of data to improve the quality of policymaking, journalism, and overall decision making in San Diego. The first key project of Open San Diego is Open San Diego Maps, an extremely powerful free open source data mapping tool.  Prior to Measured Voice, Jed worked at Eventful.com where he developed and managed social media outreach initiatives for Barack Obama for President, John Edwards for President, Mike Huckabee for President, and Ron Paul for President. His work at Eventful.com yielded coverage in CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times, The Politico, Wired.com, Slate.com, and the Associated Press.

He has also worked as a researcher and consultant for NetSquared, an organization that helps non profit organizations use social media tools to enhance their operations. At NetSquared, he works with executives from Creative Commons, Flickr, Mozilla Foundation, and Wikipedia to identify and codify best practices for non-profits seeking to use social media.

Jed Sundwall is the president of Measured Voice. At Measured Voice, he has developed and managed new media strategies for USA.gov, GobiernoUSA.gov, PayPal, and Unilever.

Jed will be presenting the following session:

Finding your Social Media Voice

He will talk about how social media encouraged USA.gov to develop a new voice and build a stronger brand online.

You can follow Jed (@jedsundwall) on Twitter

Social Media Camp: San Diego is April 30th from 9am-5pm at Sony Electronics. You can purchase your tickets at our EventBrite Page.

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