Alan Rosenblatt

Alan Rosenblatt
Title:
Adjunct Professor
Faculty:
Adjunct

Employer: turner4D

Title: Senior Vice President of Digital Strategy

Social Media Handles: @DrDigiPol (Twitter)

Alan Rosenblatt, Ph.D., is a digital communications & social media
strategist, professor & thought leader with over 25 years’ experience
in digital/social politics, advocacy, media, and education. He is
Director of Digital Research at Lake Research Partners & Principal,
leading the Digital and Social Media Strategy Practice at turner4D.
Alan co-founded the Internet Advocacy Roundtable in 2005 and in 1995
taught the world’s 1st college course on digital/social media politics
at George Mason University. He’s been teaching variations of it ever
since—currently at George Washington, Johns Hopkins, and American
Universities, and previously at Georgetown and Gonzaga Universities.
Dr. Rosenblatt was Associate Director for Online Advocacy at the
Center for American Progress/CAP Action Fund from 2007-2013, where he
created and managed the Center’s enterprise social media program and
ran many online advocacy campaigns. He is a prolific writer, currently
blogging at npENGAGE and turner4D’s Carpe Colloquium and previously at
Huffington Post,  Social Media Today, techPresident, Big Think, Roll
Call, and Campaigns & Elections. He is a frequent keynote speaker and
panelist. Alan has a Ph.D., M.A. and B.A. in Political Science and can
be found across social media @DrDigiPol.
 

Classes Taught

Maximizing Social Media