Chasing innovation for the past 20 years, Christina "CK" Kerley is surely one of the most dynamic thought leaders of our time.
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Strategist, speaker and executive trainer Christina “CK” Kerley has steered B2B and B2C companies through a series of stunning revolutions—spanning digital technology, social media, mobile marketing and smart technologies (aka “The Internet of Things”).
Possessing a top-tier portfolio of executive audiences across the U.S., Europe, and Asia-Pacific region, she has presented to—and left deep impressions on—business leaders at the United Nations, Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Verizon, Neutrogena, Cisco, Sun Microsystems, and highly acclaimed universities, including Stanford, Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, Northwestern and Rutgers.
CK’s presentations are often termed “edu-tainment” due to her signature high-energy style, power-packed content and thoroughly engaging delivery. Her gift, as many a client would attest, is a rare combination: performance artistry that inspires and captivates audiences, coupled with subject-matter mastery that enables executives to enact change.
Her broad body of work—a suite of eBooks, videos, articles and blogs—focuses business leaders on the imperative of evolving and enduring in an era of unprecedented change and unrelenting learning curves. CK’s popular eBooks, The "Smart" Revolution (2013), Innovation Through Mobile (2013) and The Mobile Revolution & B2B (2011)—all firsts in the industry—reflect her original point of view and her unique gift for crystallizing complex issues into cogent, compelling narratives for change.
Her strategic projects also boast an impressive lineup of leaders: IBM, Verizon, Johnson & Johnson, Ingenix, ClearPoint, FCG, ISI, Publicis, and the Syndicated Network Television Association—an organization of the top TV studios, including Paramount, Warner Bros., Disney, Fox and NBC-Universal.
CK’s advice and forecasts are frequently cited in the media, including Inc. Magazine, BtoB Magazine, MarketingProfs, Mobile Marketer, Chief Content Officer, IDG, Federal Computer Week and MediaPost, as well as in business books The New Influencers (Quill Driver Books, 2007), Join The Conversation (Wiley, 2007), Content Rules (Wiley, 2011) and The B2B Social Media Book (Wiley, 2012).
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