Social Curation Summit
December 12, 2012
Los Angeles, California
produced by WebMediaBrands, SocialTimes, and AllFacebook


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Arun Abraham Business Development Manager Groupiest @arunext @Groupiest Arun works as a Business Development manager with Groupiest and is passionate about the social media curation space. Groupiest (in Beta) is a new content curation/social network platform that allows users to build their online community of interest and share it on their social networks, while engaging and communicating with its members, whose founders Arun has been involved with for the past one year. He is also an MBA candidate at ESADE, Barcelona, currently pursuing an exchange at Haas School of Business, UC Berkeley and has been working closely with small businesses to identify how social media curation can help them manage their online presence and reach out to potential customers.
Cut and Paste: Inspiration for DIY Communities December 12, 2012 | 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Ramy Adeeb CEO Ramy Adeeb is the Founder and CEO of, which allows you to collect the best of the Web. enables you to easily “snip” content - videos, images, and articles - and share your opinions with the world. Before founding, Ramy was a Principal at Khosla Ventures, working closely with the legendary investors Vinod Khosla and Pierre Lamond. There, he worked on a number of investments including Square, Groupme (acquired by Skype), and Ness Technologies where he is currently an advisor. Previously, Ramy led the enterprise engineering group at Tellme and oversaw the development of more than 30 products, including the first voice-activated phone brokerage application. He was an integral part of the team when it was acquired by Microsoft for $800M. Ramy holds a bachelor's and master's in Computer Science from Harvard and an MBA from Stanford, where he was an Arjay Miller Scholar. He is the author of a number of patents in VoiceXML application development and the co-founder of the Harvard Arab Alumni Association. He currently sits on the board of directors of Ness Technologies and Seatme. When he’s not snipping, Ramy is busy sailing the San Francisco bay.
Evan Bailyn Founder First Page Sage @ineffable111 Evan Bailyn is an Internet entrepreneur, bestselling author, and SEO expert who has used his ability to rank at the top of Google to build and sell five businesses, including one of the largest children's websites online. His first book, Outsmarting Google, debuted to rave reviews in mid-2011. Its sequel, Outsmarting Social Media, explains how businesses can profit from the convergence of social media and SEO. Currently, he offers marketing services through his company First Page Sage. Its clients have established the predominant websites in their industries, become bestselling authors, grown multimillion dollar businesses, and won key elections. Evan has been interviewed on ABC and Fox and featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the New York Post. He has keynoted numerous social media conferences, including Digital Hollywood and Social Media For Nonprofits. Evan is also the founder of The Evan Bailyn Foundation, which promotes emotional awareness in children.
Social Curation + Google = Windfall December 12, 2012 | 9:45am - 10:15am
Jamie Berger
Jamie Berger CEO Uncovet Jamie Berger has focused on developing and operating growth products, services, and businesses in hyper-competitive markets for over 15 years. Most recently Jamie served as VP of Digital for the Call of Duty franchise at Activision. Prior, Jamie was GM of of IGN Entertainment's commerce and game technology divisions for 7 years, and was part of the executive team that lead to the successful sale of IGN to Newscorp for $650mm in 2005. Jamie also held leadership positions at The Walt Disney Company, working with visionary creative teams at PIXAR on numerous product launches worth billions in revenue.
Jason Boog Editor Mediabistro Publishing @galleycat @AppNewser As editor of Mediabistro Publishing, Jason Boog curates publishing events and shapes the digital publishing curriculum at Mediabistro. He also edits the GalleyCat and AppNewser blogs. His work has appeared in The Believer, NPR Books, The Los Angeles Review of Books, Granta,, and Peace Corps Writers.
DAVE COPPS CEO PureDiscovery Dave is a serial entrepreneur that has founded and launched three successful companies focused on exploring the semantic web. He has been at the forefront of semantic search for the past 13 years following a pioneering effort in 1995 that resulted in the first real-time news service delivered via the web. As Chairman and CEO of PureDiscovery Corporation, based in Dallas, he leads a company that is pioneering the Post Search era. BrainSpace, the company's semantic discovery platform creates a discovery environment where people are persistently and intelligently connected to everything that matters to their interersts. PureDiscovery's BrainSpace Platform is powering semantic search on the largest patent database in the world containing over 60 million patents in dozens of languages. Prior to founding PureDiscovery Dave co-founded Engenium Corporation which was purchased by Marsh McLennan in November 2006.
John Corpus Founder & CEO Milyoni @Lapu2x John Corpus is founder & CEO of Milyoni, the leader in social entertainment. Milyoni offers a way for entertainment companies to take their on-line presence to the next level byproviding a unique, shared & social experience to users. Milyoni’s technologies allow companies like Universal Pictures, Lionsgate, Paramount Studios, Austin City Limits Live and Hearst publishing to bring curated digital content directly to fans. Milyoni has powered some of the biggest social entertainment campaigns on Facebook & has stamped a number of innovative firsts, including the first PPV movie on Facebook with The Dark Knight, the first live PPV concert on Facebook with Widespread Panic, the first socially interactive movie with Archie’s Final Project, the first day-and-date movie release with Abduction, the first theatrical day-and-date documentary with MARLEY & the first 3D film on Facebook with Piranha 3DD and the first live viewer engagement on an Elle Magazine Fashion shoot.
The Future of Curation Platforms December 12, 2012 | 1:45pm - 2:30pm
GUILLAUME DECUGIS CEO & Co-Founder @gdecugis Guillaume Decugis is the CEO & co-founder of, the publishing-by-curation platform based in San Francisco. Guillaume’s previous company, Musiwave, became the leading Mobile Music Service Provider in Europe and was sold to Microsoft for $120 million in 2006. Guillaume also launched Goojet, a mobile social media which topped 1m downloads in France at the end of 2010. He graduated with a Masters in Engineering at Stanford University.
Tastemaking Through Curated Communities December 12, 2012 | 11:15am - 12:00pm
Debra Eckerling Creator Write On Online @WriteOnOnline Debra is the creator of Write On Online (, a website and community for writers. She is a professional writer and communications specialist with expertise in business, entertainment, tech, social media, and education. Debra also teaches individuals, entrepreneurs, and small business how to organize their projects and articulate their expertise. Debra has been a speaker at the #140conf State of Now in both New York and Los Angeles, as well as the #140edu conference, and is one of the Los Angeles hosts for the Mediabistro mixers.
JONATHAN EHRLICH Co-Founder Copious Jonathan Ehrlich is a co-founder of Copious, a social commerce company based in San Francisco. Previously, he was Director of Consumer Marketing at Facebook, leading the consumer marketing and brand marketing teams. Prior to joining Facebook, Jonathan was the President and Chief Operating Officer of Live Current Media in Vancouver, Canada. Jonathan also served as the Executive Vice President, Online at Indigo Books & Music Inc, where he led the company’s online business. Jonathan worked as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Mosaic Ventures and was a Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketing for MobShop. He holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Western Ontario and a master’s degree in business administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business.
Tastemaking Through Curated Communities December 12, 2012 | 11:15am - 12:00pm
Devon Glenn
Devon Glenn Staff Writer Social Times @DevonGlenn @socialtimes Devon Glenn is a writer, live blogger, app reviewer, and social media crash test dummy for Social Times. A classically trained singer, she has appeared in concert performances of video game soundtracks such as “Final Fantasy” and the complete works of film composer John Williams in front of thousands of Star Wars fans wielding light sabers. Her writing has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the Orange County Register, Kirkus Reviews, and the now-defunct mobile magazine, u+me. She currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, where she is working on a novel that she successfully funded on Kickstarter.
Tastemaking Through Curated Communities December 12, 2012 | 11:15am - 12:00pm The Social Media Mixtape: Curating Music and Other Sounds December 12, 2012 | 4:15pm - 5:00pm Cut and Paste: Inspiration for DIY Communities December 12, 2012 | 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Maggie Glover Head of Community ModCloth @maggieannglover As the Head of Community at, Maggie Glover leads the strategy to grow and build an active, enthusiastic and dedicated on-site community, which includes innovative crowdsourcing fashion programs like Be the Buyer and the Make the Cut Design Contest. In 2010, ModCloth was named the 2nd fastest growing company in the nation by Inc. Magazine, and has become synonymous with cutting-edge online retail due to its continued involvement with community-oriented fashion. Maggie Glover is also a published poet and former educator with experience in online publishing and editing.
Tastemaking Through Curated Communities December 12, 2012 | 11:15am - 12:00pm
Apu Gupta Founder and CEO Curalate Apu Gupta is the founder and CEO of Curalate. Prior to Curalate, Apu worked in retail and technology. He built the second largest drugstore chain in India and as the COO and CMO of MedPlus Health Services, served on the interim management team of Peracon, a provider of software for the commercial real estate industry, and was in sales and marketing roles at WebEx Communications from their Series A financing through their IPO. Apu has an undergraduate degree form the University of Texas at Austin and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business.
Cut and Paste: Inspiration for DIY Communities December 12, 2012 | 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Burt Herman Co-Founder Storify @burtherman Burt Herman is co-founder of Storify, a platform for creating stories with social media, and founder of Hacks/Hackers, a worldwide organization bringing together journalists and technologists. Storify won the 2012 SXSW Interactive award for social media and was named one of the top 50 Web sites of 2011 by Time Magazine, among other accolades. Burt previously worked as a journalist for The Associated Press. In his dozen years there, he served as Korea bureau chief, founded a bureau covering the five countries of former Soviet Central Asia and reported on the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, among other assignments worldwide. Burt was a 2008-9 Knight journalism fellow at Stanford University, where he also graduated earlier with bachelor's and master's degrees.
The Future of Curation Platforms December 12, 2012 | 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Anand Jagannathan Founder and CEO Newzstand Corp. @AnandJag Anand Jagannathan is the Founder/CEO of Newzstand Corp, a Silicon Valley company offering platforms and application solutions for social news curation and information distribution. Newzstand has launched a Social Curation Magazine for the iPad, called NewzSocial (, which is available in the Apple App Store. NewzSocial helps consumers follow, create and share broad and niche news streams on their topics of interest. The iPad app has unique social curation features using which users can tap into their network of ‘topic expert’ friends and get the news they want selected by the experts they trust. Anand is an experienced start-up CEO, founder and technologist who has successfully founded and launched five companies – Newzstand, Responsys (Nasdaq - MKTG), iStorez (sold to TheFind), Reach Software and Banyan Systems (IPO in 1991 – BNYN, EPRE, SWBD). Anand has three core technology patents. The first two are on microprocessor architectures and another is on graphical UI element design. Anand has a Ph.D. and M.S. in Computer Science from Rice University (Houston, Texas) and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (Kanpur, India).
The Future of Curation Platforms December 12, 2012 | 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Nick Kellet Co-Founder Listly @Listly Nick Kellet plays with the future and it plays back. He's a creator and curator of ideas. Nick believes that passion in the company of friends and community is an unstoppable force. He's always been an innovator with heart felt enthusiasm for every new project he touches. As co-founder of, Nick is actively shaping how people think, feel and experience curation. He believes curation should be as much about listening and engaging as it is about publishing and the tools themselves. Publishing used to mean a moment in time, an event. Today content needs to live and morph long beyond the "publish" moment - content has a lifecycle. Crowd and search play significant roles in the find-ability and the interestingness of your content. Social curation lets you embrace this new norm. Nick has created companies in the B2B and the B2C domains and is as inspired by the challenge of creating new categories as curating old ones. In the business intelligence space, he created a virtual segmentation tool, called Set Analyzer, building on the work of Reverend Venn and George Boole, proving that you can curate new ideas to form new ones. As people still struggle with the complexities of Boolean logic, pairing it with the visual Venn diagram created a much simpler way to display data selection and segmentation. Set Analyzer was acquired by Business Objects, now SAP. In the board game space he created and self-published GiftTRAP, an award winning game, translated in 12 languages, that gamifies the act of gift-exchange. GiftTRAP has won 20+ awards globally, including winning a Spiel des Jahres award - the board game equivalent of an Oscar. He has a record for making good bets and predictions and an uncanny ability to capture thoughts in 140 characters. You can follow him on Twitter @nickkellet or connect via LinkedIn Facebook or G+
Cut and Paste: Inspiration for DIY Communities December 12, 2012 | 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Tommy Lee VP of Business Development @gehabojee Tommy Lee is a VP of Business Development at, the largest marketplace for infographics and data visualizations, based in San Francisco. Prior, Tommy held various client facing sales and business development roles evangelizing performance media products, brand advertising packages, social media, and various advertising technology platforms for the likes of Meebo(acquired by Google), Criteo(the leading global retargeting technology company), Digg(acquired by Betaworks, The Washington Post and LinkedIn), ValueClick Media, and Yahoo! Tommy holds a bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of California, Los Angeles and is an avid Lakers fan.
Cut and Paste: Inspiration for DIY Communities December 12, 2012 | 5:00pm - 5:30pm
CHASE MCMICHAEL President & CEO InfiniGraph, Inc. @chasemcmichael Chase McMichael is a leader in real-time social intelligence, interactive media and carrier-grade telecommunications solutions. He is a veteran of real-time collaboration technologies at companies such as Oracle where he was the Dir of Real-Time Collaboration, Lead the messaging platform and Instant Messaging deployment at Sprint and was the VP of Internet Services at Chase Manhattan Bank. He has been awarded numerous patents and frequent speaker on social media technologies. Chase's first startup UNBOUND received the Fast Tech 50 in 2003, placing among the top three for highest revenue growth and profit. In 2008, Chase received the MarketingSherpa “Viral Hall of Fame” award and produced many social campaigns for Fortune 500 brands. Chase is the Co-Founder and CEO of InfiniGraph Inc. a Menlo Park CA company providing real time Social Intelligence to driving greater CTR on trending content, content feeding in ads and identify brand affinity to amplify Facebook ad buys.
How To Get Hypercuration Results: Brand Case Studies December 12, 2012 | 2:30pm - 3:00pm
Mahbod Moghadam Founder Rap Genius @RAPGENIUS Rap Genius is a major rap lyrics interpretation site (soon to interpret all aspects of text) that relies on user-generated content through a Wikipedia-like format of contribution, where contributors earn "Rap IQ" for interesting explanations. Mahbod graduated from Stanford Law School in 2008 with a focus in tax and corporate law which is why he has also launched Law Genius which is like Rap Genius for legal texts - cases, rulings, regs...even law review articles.
The Social Media Mixtape: Curating Music and Other Sounds December 12, 2012 | 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Kiate Moy
Kiate Moy Founder and CEO Access4Artists Kiate Moy is the founder and CEO of Access4Artists, a global online talent platform based in Detroit, Michigan. Access4Artists allows independent artists in 12 categories ranging from musicians, models and photographers to actors and film makers to upload their content, build a fan-base and make career-changing industry connections with leading entertainment lawyers and producers. These individuals help move artists’ careers to the next level. The nephew of Motown legend, Sylvia Moy, Kiate was raised in the Detroit area with roots in the music industry. Prior to Access4Artists, Kiate managed talent, providing him with insight into the world of independent artists who are looking to be discovered.
Chris Murphy Director of Social Media DDB New York @RevChrisMurphy Chris Murphy is from coastal NJ, and has been living/working in NYC for the last 8 years. An SVA alumni with a BFA in Fine Arts, she has worked in creative marketing, advertising and social media in some capacity for nearly 7 years, and was implementing digital/social strategy before anyone really knew what it was (including herself). Chris has most recently spearheaded the creation of integrated social media campaigns and strategies for brands, in her role as Director of Social Media at DDB New York. Non-professionally, Chris has been surfing, painting/sculpting. practicing yoga and not matching her socks for over half of her life. You can catch her playing in the inter-webs via Twitter: @RevChrisMurphy, chrismurph26 or on
Teal Newland Vice President of Sales StumbleUpon Teal leads StumbleUpon’s advertising solutions group, developing and managing strategic partnerships with leading brands, agencies and publishers. She joins StumbleUpon from Digitas (Publicis Groupe), a full service advertising agency, where she was a Global Vice President. Teal worked across all agency clients, including American Express, Delta Airlines, Intel, and Samsung in developing creative, content and media strategy, audience engagement initiatives, and social activation platforms. Previously, Teal consulted for entertainment companies including Participant Media (Waiting for Superman, The Cove, Independent Truth) and The Walt Disney Company. She also spent over six years with Microsoft in global sales management, most recently as Head of Multinational Sales based in London. Teal graduated from the University of Washington (with a stint at the Universidad de Granada in Spain).
Babette Pepaj Founder BakeSpace @BakeSpace Babette Pepaj founded as the Web's first food social network and recipe swap and turned it into one of the largest online communities of its kind for food enthusiasts. In the process, she has earned some of the industry’s highest accolades, including ten Webby Award honors with back-to-back nominations for "Best Social Network," a 2012 IACP Nomination for "Most Intriguing Use of New Technology" and most recently three International Academy of Visual Arts W3 wins for "Social," "Innovative" and "Mobile Applications/ebooks" categories. Prior to launching BakeSpace, Babette worked for more than a decade producing and directing reality TV. With Babette at the helm, BakeSpace has introduced many online food innovations including the first online mentor program for home chefs and most recently "Cookbook Café," the first independent publishing platform that enables anyone to publish an interactive cookbook iPad app and ebook for free and then sell it to the world for profit or fundraising.
Tastemaking Through Curated Communities December 12, 2012 | 11:15am - 12:00pm
DAVID PORTER CEO and Founder 8tracks @davidporter David Porter is the CEO and founder of 8tracks. Until 2006, he helped lead Live365, the pioneer of "social" internet radio, achieving profitability in 2005. David wrote the plan for what's now 8tracks during business school at Berkeley, informed in large part by the DJ scene in London, where he lived in the late 1990s while working for Arthur Andersen. His favorite band remains New Order. He posts pictures and music to
The Social Media Mixtape: Curating Music and Other Sounds December 12, 2012 | 4:15pm - 5:00pm
Chris Romero Co-Founder Chief Creative Officer B WAY CREATIVE @broadwayallday Chris "BROADWAY" Romero is an acclaimed digital artist and creative director / advisor for startups, platforms, brands, and celebrity influencers. Formerly 50 Cent's visionary in house creative / new media director, he co-founded , one of the busiest celebrity vertical communities on the planet. Broadway has produced millions of impressions, digital and physical media sales, extended and enhanced celebrity , while blazing a bright path through the often confusing world where technology, entertainment, community, and commerce intersect. In his off time, he loves to engage on social networks (haha), films, drawing, traveling, music, and 3D art.
The Social Media Mixtape: Curating Music and Other Sounds December 12, 2012 | 4:15pm - 5:00pm
STEVEN ROSENBAUM CEO and Author Steven Rosenbaum is an author, entrepreneur, and curator. In his groundbreaking new book Curation Nation (McGraw Hill / 2011) he argues that the current path of digital content creation is a recipe for disaster. Interviewing 70 of the leading thinkers in media, publishing, and advertising, Rosenbaum makes a compelling case that the future of the web is curated, not created. And if history is any judge, he's been able to predict the future before. As the CEO of the web's largest Video Curation Platform, - he provides a realtime curation solution that powers more than 86,000 sites. Increasingly, crated content is powering ecommerce, brands, and organizations like Patagonia, NY Magazine, Mediaite, and TEDx. Rosenbaum was named New York City's first "Entrepreneur at Large" for Economic Development in 2011. Rosenbaum created MTV's groundbreaking user-generated series MTV UNfiltered, a pre-web television project that handed cameras to young storytellers. Before email or the web, UNfiltered was what Time Magazine called "the Future of GenX News." Since that time he has built a career finding, organizing, and contextualizing stories. Rosenbaum's work in media includes filmmaking work as an Emmy Award winning documentary filmmaker. His film “7 Days In September” gathered more than 500 hours of video around 9/11 – creating a curated journey through the eyes of 28 filmmakers and citizen storytellers. Rosenbaum's vision of curation is the subject of his book Curation Nation (McGrawHill / Spring 2011) engages with more than 60 thought leaders and companies to help explore and define the power of Curation for Brands, Media, and Consumers. In October of 2011, he was named the Science Journalism Laureate for Purdue University. And In November of 2011, He was chosen to be New York City's first Entrepreneur At Large, working with NY's Economic Development Corporation to bring more start ups and engineering talent to New York. He is a regular blogger on technology and the evolution of the internet for Forbes, Fast Company, Business Insider, Huffington Post, and Mashable. Today, Rosenbaum says Curators are the new Superhero's of the Web – using their powers to fix the signal to noise problem, and making the world contextual and coherent again.
Morning Keynote: Curation: Brands, Media, and Consumers December 12, 2012 | 9:00am - 9:45am
Julie Schoenfeld Chief Executive Officer Perfect Market @SchoenfeldJ Julie Schoenfeld, Chief Executive Officer of Perfect Market, is a proven entrepreneur with a passion for identifying talent and assembling effective teams. Julie previously was a founding member and CEO of two other successful venture-backed startups. From its creation in 2000 to February 2007, Julie was president-CEO of OEwaves Inc. She remains active on OEwaves' board of directors. Before that, Julie was president-CEO of Net Effect Systems Inc. In her 18-month tenure at Net Effect, she raised two rounds of financing from Greylock Management, Trinity Ventures and TL Ventures, built a world-class management team, launched the company and product and sold the company to Ask Jeeves Inc. for more than $288 million. Before Net Effect, she was VP of worldwide sales for Stream International, where she grew sales from $30 million to more than $200 million in three years. A recognized industry spokesperson, she serves on the board of the Young Presidents Organization of Los Angeles (YPOLA). In 2012, the National Association of Women Business Owners - Los Angeles recognized Julie as their Innovator of the Year. Julie holds a B.S. in engineering from Tufts University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
The Future of Curation Platforms December 12, 2012 | 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Stephanie Shkolnik Social Media Director Digitaria @Stephanie00 Stephanie Shkolnik works to bridge the gap between traditional and social communications for Fortune 500 and other companies, through the development of social media strategies that connect brands with the people that matter most to them. Stephanie's digitally focused eyes find a place for brands in this new world, as she closely monitors online trends and new technologies to keep clients current and relevant. One of her key strengths is to identify social influencers and provide them with the resources and audience to become and remain relevant both online and offline. Stephanie and her team oversee the social presence for brands including Petco, Islands Restaurants and several sports and travel clients, shepherding them into tastemakers in their community. Previously, Stephanie headed social for
Tastemaking Through Curated Communities December 12, 2012 | 11:15am - 12:00pm
OLIVER STARR CEO Pearltrees @owstarr Oliver Starr is the Chief Evangelist for Pearltrees, a company that's letting people curate their own "digital social libraries". He's been interacting directly with one of the fastest growing communities of curators for over two years. Prior to joining Pearltrees, Oliver worked as a consultant with The David Alan Company, Microsoft, Nokia and others, helping these companies develop social media strategies that included blogs, Twitter and Facebook, as well as how to organically grow communities. He was also the first employee at TechCrunch where he founded MobileCrunch, the first blog to expand the "TechCrunch network". Oliver is also an activist on behalf of wolves, wildlife and the environment and blogs personally on these topics. To see what Oliver curates personally you can check out his Pearltrees account here: .
The Future of Curation Platforms December 12, 2012 | 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Sharad Verma CEO Pinfluencer @heysharad @pinfluencer Sharad Verma is a product and business leader in social media. He founded Pinfluencer in Feb, 2012 and it has become the leading enterprise discovery marketing and analytics suite for Pinterest. As the CEO of Pinfluencer, Sharad oversees Pinfluencer's product, blogs about visual social media trends and has spoken at conferences such as DMA and Digital Shopper Marketing, advising brands on Pinterest Strategies.
Cut and Paste: Inspiration for DIY Communities December 12, 2012 | 5:00pm - 5:30pm
Nola Weinstein Executive Editorial Director Glam Media @NolaBeth Nola Weinstein is the Executive Editorial Director at Glam Media, where she overseas content creation and curation for Glam's owned and operated sites. She was previously the Style Editorial Director where she covered traveled the globe to report on the hottest trends, emerging designers, haute hotels, and international tastemakers . Prior to joining GLAM, Weinstein was Associate Fashion News Editor at IMG's The Daily and Her work has also appeared in Seventeen, YM, Radar, Elegant Bride, and Women's Wear Daily. Weinstein is a graduate of Emory University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism; she currently resides in New York's Greenwich Village.


STEWART QUEALY Director of Content, Events/Conferences WebMediaBrands @StewQ Stewart joined the Mediabistro team in 2010 and currently curates the live events and conferences. Previously, he played a leadership role in running the Search Engine Strategies (SES) events as part of the original content team at Incisive Media. Prior to that, Stewart worked with Jupitermedia and was responsible for launching emerging technology and interactive marketing events such as the Jupiter/IAB Advertising Forum, Plug.IN, Game Market Watch, Enterprise Linux Forum and ClickZ Online Video Advertising Forum. Stewart has also worked closely with the open source Apache Software Foundation (ASF), the IT Service Management Forum (itSMF), and the Object Management Group (OMG). 

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