Sarah Granger is an award-winning digital media innovator and author of The Digital Mystique: How the Culture of Connectivity Can Empower Your Life -- Online and Off. Her work focuses on issues central to how information technology and digital media impact or lives and our world.
Sarah's articles and essays have been published in numerous publications around the world in multiple languages. Her publishing credits include The San Francisco Chronicle online at SFGate.com, Forbes, Air & Space Power Journal, Spectrum magazine, BlogHer, Boing Boing, and Harvard Business Review. She is also known for directing the launch of what Wired News called the “first true weblog to be put up by a politician” in 2003.
Sarah has spent more than 25 years launching, building and growing IT, Internet and social ventures, starting with a bulletin board system she published online at age fourteen. She has trained hundreds of leaders in digital media, including working as a political strategist and volunteer. In 2012, she was named one of the 40 Under 40 rising leaders by the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
A frequent media commentator, she has appeared on Good Morning America, CBS, RT, ABC and NPR. She has been a keynote speaker, panelist and facilitator internationally, including South by Southwest Interactive, Startup Women - Russia, Tech Policy Summit, California Leadership Forum, MINK WIC, Exceptional Women in Publishing, TechCamp and Netroots Nation.
For more information, see SarahGranger.com.