Daniel Bruneau, Ph.D. Experience Design & Innovation

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Daniel is passionate about creating bespoke user experiences for business and mission that shift existing thought processes and organizational culture into a data-driven, human-centered  mindset. He has created and led User Experience organizations in a range of industries including Delta Air Lines, AT&T, Yahoo!, Georgia Institute of Technology and University of London. His background in the field of Experience Design and Innovation began while partnering with NASA for his Doctoral degree in the field of Human-Computer Interaction. Although he originally hails from London, Daniel and his wife live just outside of Atlanta, GA.


 

Jared Thurmon, Strategy & Innovation at Adventist Review/ARTV

 
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Jared believes the world is ripe for disruption and that kindness and candor are the two metrics of success for any relationship or organization. He has been a part of the launch of a variety business ventures. From juice bars, consumer product goods, media production, long term health care administration, health food manufacturing, to wellness and venture capital. He and his wife live on a small farm outside of Atlanta, Ga where they play with their alpacas, mini donkeys, ducks and chickens.


 

Justin Khoe, YouTube Influencer: "That Christian Vlogger"

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Justin Khoe is a digital missionary. Known online primarily as, “That Christian Vlogger,” his Youtube videos have been seen around the world by over two million people. With over ten years of preaching, literature evangelism, and teaching experience under his belt, Justin’s current focus is to leverage social media to help reach unchurched young adults. Cohosting the show with him is his wife, Emily. Justin and Emily aim to equip young adults to have a stronger and deeper relationship with God and to help them discover who God has created them to be. They call this way of living, “experiencing faith in the first person.”


 

Dr. Kehbuma Langmia, Chair of the Cathy Hughes School of Communications, Howard University

 
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Dr. Kehbuma Langmia is a Fulbright Scholar/ Professor and Chair in the Department of Strategic, Legal and Management Communication, School of Communications, Howard University. A graduate from the Mass Communication and Media Studies Program at Howard University in 2006, Dr. Langmia has extensive knowledge and expertise in Information Communication Technology (ICT), Intercultural/International Communication and Social Media.  Since earning his PhD in Mass Communications and Media Studies from Howard University in 2006, he has published 12 books, 14 book chapters and 9 peer-reviewed journal articles nationally and internationally. He regularly gives keynote speeches on Information Communication Technology and Social Media in prominent national and international universities, including the Library of Congress, the National Intelligence University (Department of Defense, USA) and National Defense University ( Department of Defense, USA); Morgan State University ( Maryland, USA); Bowie State University ( Maryland, USA); Melbourne University (Australia); Buea University (Cameroon), Madras Institute of Technology, (India); ICT University, (Cameroon) and Covenant University (Nigeria), Makerere, University Business School, MUBS, (Uganda) and Temple University, Pennsylvania. He leads the Information Communication Technology Doctoral Consortium annually (under the ictforafrica.org conferences and seminars) throughout Africa. He was the 2017 Maryland Communication Association Keynote Speaker holding at College of Southern Maryland, Waldorf, MD. His most recent books are: Black/Africana communication theory, Published in 2018 by Palgrave/ Macmillan Press;“Globalization and cyberculture: An Afrocentric perspective” and Social Media: Culture and Identity”, published in 2017 by Palgrave, Macmillan Press & the latterco-edited with Tia Tyree published by Lexington Books. Others include:“Social Media: Pedagogy and Practice” which he co-edited and authored two chapters in it has been published by Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2014.