Keep it light and professional.
Give practical take-aways.

I provide actionable advice and examples
in a respectful and honest way.

Speaker

Navigating the converging divide of IT and marketing can be treacherous. Don't worry... I can help.

I am a business and digital strategy professional thriving at the intersection of technology, marketing, and service. I present and cover many topics, including but not limited to...

  • IT partnerships and collaborations
  • digital transformation
  • social media strategy
  • online community management
  • web marketing and development
  • dual-role career paths
  • SaaS and IaaS enterprise integration
  • IT service innovation
Shaun Holloway

I have been a featured speaker, panelist, presenter, and have hosted several full-day or multi-day workshops. I am fortunate to have worked in industries that have a strong mission and service focus… as a professional executive, consultant, facilitator, and volunteer.

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I have an out-going and engaging type of presentation style - blunt and honest. Professionally, I have presented sessions and workshops at international conferences, professional associations, and local organizations, in addition to serving as an adjunct faculty member since 2003 at Ohio University and Franklin University teaching traditional and adult learners in face-to-face, hybrid, and online learning environments. Engagement, interaction, and key-takeaways are core to the experience, and I have won several teaching excellence awards, while being formally recognized for my accomplishments in web design, marketing, and development by industry associations.

Contact me if you'd like me to participate with you.

Slideshows

Some presentations are guided by on-screen visuals to help shape discussion or illustrate take-aways.

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Formal Presentations

Shaun Holloway

I try to speak and present as often as I can to share my experiences and learn from others. Here is a list of notable presentations (not counting in the classroom teaching) that I've given:

"If it is not memorable, it is forgettable."
Arch Lustberg