Claire Díaz-Ortiz

Social Media Speaker, Award-winning Author, Early Twitter Employee, “The Woman Who Got the Pope on Twitter”

Claire Díaz-Ortiz is an author, top social media keynote 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, where she was hired to lead corporate social innovation.

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Argentina

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  • Languages Spoken

    English

  • Travels From

    Argentina

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The Social Brand

This is the definitive talk on how to amplify your brand’s message using social media. Known as “The Woman Who Got the Pope on Twitter” (Wired), Claire dives deep to explain why every organization needs a story and how to effectively convey that StoryBranded story on ...

This is the definitive talk on how to amplify your brand’s message using social media. Known as “The Woman Who Got the Pope on Twitter” (Wired), Claire dives deep to explain why every organization needs a story and how to effectively convey that StoryBranded story on social media with her proprietary model. This talk goes beyond the tactical, as it powerfully touches on inspirational autobiographical content related to her own unique Silicon Valley origins in an African orphanage. Organizations and their leaders will walk away with an understanding of why social media works and how to use it to amplify their bran

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The Power of Digital Innovation

From Claire’s perspective as an early Twitter employee hired to lead social innovation, this talk explores the meaning, importance, and impact of digital innovation in business today, highlighting key organizational practices and strategies that some of the most ...

From Claire’s perspective as an early Twitter employee hired to lead social innovation, this talk explores the meaning, importance, and impact of digital innovation in business today, highlighting key organizational practices and strategies that some of the most extraordinary business leaders are using to get ahead. Named by Fast Company as one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business, Claire explores the link between dreaming an innovative reality and creating it. This speech can be tailored to best fit one of three key settings: general corporate, technology (including social media specific), or pro-social.

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The New Digital Leader

This talk draws on the research from several of Claire’s books (One Minute Mentoring, Twitter for Good, Design Your Day) to explore the challenges of being a leader in a social world. Drawing on the powerful lessons from high-performers in the spaces of leadership, ...

This talk draws on the research from several of Claire’s books (One Minute Mentoring, Twitter for Good, Design Your Day) to explore the challenges of being a leader in a social world. Drawing on the powerful lessons from high-performers in the spaces of leadership, digital technology, and productivity, she shows a path to leading well in a digital world.

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Technology for Good

Known as “A Force for Good” (Forbes), and “One of the Most Generous People in Social Media” (Fast Company), Claire is passionate about the power of technology for positive change. This talk brings both her unusual personal history and her years working in AIDS ...

Known as “A Force for Good” (Forbes), and “One of the Most Generous People in Social Media” (Fast Company), Claire is passionate about the power of technology for positive change. This talk brings both her unusual personal history and her years working in AIDS orphanages together with her professional expertise building Twitter’s nonprofit and philanthropic program to share how technology has the deep power to change our world for the better.

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About Keynote Speaker Claire Díaz-Ortiz

Claire Díaz-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, where she was hired to lead corporate social innovation.

In Claire’s work, 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 “Ten Most Generous in Social Media” (Fast Company). Claire is also known for the precarious honor of being the first to live-tweet her own child’s birth. (Hello, @Lucia!)

Claire Díaz-Ortiz is the author of several books, including Twitter for Good: Change the World One Tweet at a Time, which explores the TWEET model framework she is known for developing to help organizations and individuals best excel on Twitter. She has also written Greater Expectations: Succeed (and Stay Sane) in an On-Demand, All-Access, Always-On Age, Hope Runs: An American Tourist, A Kenyan Boy, a Journey of Redemption, and a handful of ebooks.

She is a frequent international speaker on business, innovation and social media, and has been invited to deliver trainings and keynotes at such varied organizations and events as The United Nations, Verizon, Toyota, South by Southwest, TEDx, The Mashable Social Good Summit, and many others. (Go here to find out more about her speaking engagements.)

Her popular business blog at www.ClaireDiazOrtiz.com boasts more than 100,000 monthly readers. She is also a LinkedIn Influencer, one of 300 hundred global leaders chosen to provide original content for the LinkedIn platform.

Claire Díaz-Ortiz holds an MBA from Oxford University, where she was a Skoll Foundation Scholar for Social Entrepreneurship, and has a BA and an MA in Anthropology from Stanford University.

She is the co-founder of Hope Runs, a non-profit organization operating in AIDS orphanages in Kenya.

Claire Díaz-Ortiz has lived on four continents and traveled to more than fifty countries. She used to run marathons, but now it makes her tired just to think about that. She is a foster mom to a Kenyan teen, an extreme introvert, and a crazy reader (she reads 200 books a year). She also boasts an unnatural passion for tiny houses and rooibos tea.

She has appeared widely in major television and print news sources like CNN, BBC, Time, Newsweek, the New York Times, Good Morning America, The Today Show, the Washington Post, Fortune, Forbes, Wired and many others.

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