• Robert Michael Murray

    Keynotes + Presentations

    • The Power of Data, Importance of Moments, and the Future of Storytelling — Keynote, Social Media Strategies Summit 2016 (#SMSSummit), Las Vegas, NV (Winter 2016) 
    • The Power of Data, Importance of Moments, and the Future of Storytelling — Presentation, HubSpot's INBOUND 2015 (#INBOUND15), Boston, MA (Summer 2015) 
    • Visual Storytelling: From Kittehs to Selfies Creating Value with Photos in the Sharing Economy — Presentation, Social Media Strategies Summit (#SMSsummit), Las Vegas, NV (Winter 2014) 
    • Entrepreneurship, Storytelling, and Social Media Powering National Geographic Since 1888 — Presentation, Flip Thinking Session, Globant; Buenos Aires, AR (Spring 2012) 
    • Entrepreneurship, Storytelling, and Social Media Powering National Geographic Since 1888 — Presentation, Brazil Innovators Conference; São Paulo, BR (Spring 2012) 
    • Social Media: A Look Back, Current State, and Future Spotting — Conference Chair and Opening Keynote, MPA Social Media Conference; New York, NY (Winter 2011)
    • How Entrepreneurship Has Powered National Geographic Since 1888 — Keynote, Arizona Entrepreneurship Conference 2011; Phoenix, AZ (Winter 2011)
    • The Power of Stories — Keynote, Social Media for Nonprofits; Chicago, IL and Washington, DC (Fall 2011, Summer 2011)

    Panels + Workshops

    • Cross Platform Content: Branding, Programming and Packaging Producing Quality Content — Panel, Digital Hollywood; Los Angeles, FL (Spring 2014)
    • Engaging the Unfamiliar: Training for Regional Stability Operations — Panel, Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation, & Education Conference 2013; Orlando, FL (Winter 2013)
    • Digital Storytelling — Workshop, Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival; Banff, Alberta Canada (Winter 2013)
    • National Geographic Exploration and Grants — Workshop, Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival; Banff, Alberta Canada (Winter 2013)
    • Social Media: Do or Die — Panel, 2013 Inc. 500|5000 Conference and Awards Ceremony; Washington, DC (Winter 2013)
    • entrepreneurship + storytelling + social media = #awesomesauce — FameLab: Exploring Earth and Beyond / Society for American Archaeology (SAA) Annual Meetings; Honolulu, HI (Spring 2013)
    • The Power of Stories, Current State of Social Media, and Future Spotting — Workshop, FOLIO Conference 2011; New York, NY (Fall 2011)
    • Music on… Photography with Moby — Moderator, National Geographic Live; Washington, DC (Spring 2011)
    • SXSW Conservation Showdown — Panelist, SXSW; Austin, TX (Spring 2011)
    • Social and Traditional Media: How News and Media Organizations are Getting Social and Why They Need To Do It — Media 2.0 Panel, Digital Capital Week; Washington, DC (Summer 2010)
    • Social Media + National Geographic — Old (Traditional) Media Panel, SMASH Summit; San Francisco, CA (Spring 2010)
    • Case Studies: Social Media for Business Panel — Blogworld Social Media Business Summit, [RE]Think: Hawaii; Honolulu, HI (Fall 2009)
    • Content in Motion: Next Generation University Web Communications — JAA Conference 2006, John Carroll University; Cleveland, OH & HighEdWebDev 2005, RIT Inn and Conference Center; Rochester, NY Presented with Piet Niederhausen. (Fall 2005, Summer 2006)

    Courses + Lectures

    • Challenges in the International System: Information Technologies — International Relations Program for High School Students, Georgetown University; Washington, DC (Summer 2005-2012, 2014)
    • Digital Content Creation and Management: Storytelling — Public Relations and Corporate Communications [MPPR 705], School of Continuing Studies, Georgetown University; Washington, DC (Spring 2009, 2010, 2011)
    • You Might Be the Future Leaders of the World, but the InterWebs Own You — First 96 Hours [ATHL-051], Georgetown University; Washington, DC (Fall 2008)
    • From Persuasive to Pervasive: The Embedding of Technology within Society — Human Rights: A Culture in Crisis [ENGL-477/GOVT-321], Georgetown University; Washington, DC (Spring 2008)
    • The Nature of (Information) Technologies in the Human Rights Culture — Human Rights: A Culture in Crisis [ENGL-477/GOVT-321], Georgetown University; Washington, DC (Spring 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008)
    • Yeah, I Facebooked Your Mom — Georgetown University Student-Athlete Orientation & Georgetown University Team Captain Orientation, Georgetown University; Washington, DC (Fall 2006, 2007)
    • So, They Think it’s Just Facebook: How Students Are Living Life in a Digital World — Georgetown Athletics Staff Development, Georgetown University; Washington, DC (Fall 2006, 2007)
    • Tom is NOT My Friend: Living Life in a Digital World — New Student Orientation Prelude Program, Georgetown University; Washington, DC (Summer 2006, 2007)

    I welcome speaking opportunities—whether an industry keynote, briefing senior leaders, conference presentation or classroom lecture—please don’t hesitate to contact me to discuss my availability.