Claire Diaz-Ortiz is an author, speaker, and technology innovator who has been named
one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company. Claire was an
early employee at Twitter, Inc., where she has was hired to lead social
innovation, and where she still works.
time at Twitter, she has been called
everything from “The Woman Who Got the Pope on Twitter” (Wired) and “Twitter’s
Pontiff Recruitment Chief” (The Washington Post) to a “Force for Good“ (Forbes)
and “One of the Most Generous People in Social Media” (Fast Company).
Claire is the author of several books, including Twitter for Good: Change the World One Tweet at a Time, Greater Expectations: Succeed (and Stay Sane) in an On-Demand,
All-Access, Always-On Age, and Hope Runs: An American Tourist, a Kenyan Boy, a Journey of Redemption.
She is a frequent international speaker on social media,
business and innovation and writes a popular business blog at ClaireDiazOrtiz.com. She
also serves as a LinkedIn Influencer, one of a select group of several hundred
global leaders chosen to provide original content on the LinkedIn platform.
Claire holds an MBA from Oxford University, where
she was a Skoll Foundation Scholar for Social Entrepreneurship, and has a B.A.
and an M.A. in Anthropology from Stanford University.
She is the co-founder of Hope Runs, a non-profit
organization operating in AIDS orphanages in Kenya.
She has appeared widely in major television and
print news sources such as CNN, BBC, Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, The
Washington Post, Fortune, Forbes, Fast Company, and many others.
more about her at www.ClaireDiazOrtiz.com or via @claire on Twitter.