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Chris Abraham

Director, Social Media, Unison

Chris Abraham is Unison’s Director of Social Media. He is a pioneer in online social networks and publishing. He has been a social media advisor for leading brands and he specializes in Web 2.0 technologies and strategies, including syndication, online collaboration, blogging, and consumer-generated content. He is a regular contributor to Huffington Post, and blogs for Biznology.com, Socialmedia.biz, MarketingConversation.com and ChrisAbraham.com. Chris believes that the Internet is more than an advertising medium, it is an entirely new culture with its own customs and protocols that have been developed organically over time as the Internet has grown in popularity and influence. This knowledge gives him unique insight into the world and the ways of Internet communications and he is an expert at translating the differentiating messages of his corporate clients to relevant online communities. Chris is the go-to expert on social media, citizen journalism, technology and the Internet for BBC World Service, CNN Radio, and CN et’s BNet. He has taught blogging at the Writer’s Center of Bethesda, as well as served as a guest lecturer at Columbia University’s School of International Public Affairs (SIPA) and at American University in Washington, DC . Chris was the Emergent Technologies Advisor to the Urban Institute’s Communications Advisory Board. He has been a Renaissance Weekend participant since 2001. Among his many accolades, Mr. Abraham was named a Top 50 Social Media Power Influencer by Forbes, the #1 PR2.0 Influencer by Traackr and on the list of Top 10 Social Media influencers by Marketwire. Chris earned a BA in American literature from The George Washington University, and has pursued further studies in American literature at the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England. He has studied French at the University of Hawaii, and German at the Washington and Berlin Goethe Instituts.

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