Guess who's leading a presentation at the Web 2.0 Expo in New York this October?
To be accepted to speak at this lofty conference, you've gotta be smartsmartsmart, have a compelling topic that really stands out, and have absolutely no stage fright.
Kat Nelson-Reid fits the bill. Obtiva's intrepid VP travels to New York October 10-13 for the fifth annual Web 2.0 Expo, which attracts a huge audience of developers, designers, entrepreneurs, VCs, marketers and business strategists from around the globe.
Kat, along with Ingrid Alongi of Quick Left, Inc. in Boulder and Hao Truong from Foodzie (and formerly with Yahoo! for almost a decade), will present a session on "How to Speak Geek." In order to launch a digital product, or maintain the digital relevancy of an existing one, you need to know the parlance. Kat's session will guide attendees in hiring the right development team and learning the language to overcome communication barriers and pave the way to the creation of beautiful digital web and mobile applications.
The lineup of speakers at this Web 2.0 Expo is nothing short of mind-blowing, with execs from some of the world's most recognizable organizations along with exciting newcomers and accomplished business visionaries.
It's great to see Kat sharing the limelight with them. Anyone who knows Kat knows she is anything but geeky.... but she sure can talk the talk.