Emily is Founder and CEO of FindSpark. Passionate about the power of social media and networking; Emily has spoken at numerous colleges, conferences, and events including The International Youth Leaders Assembly at The United Nations, SXSW Interactive, Internet Week, Mediabistro's Social Media Bootcamp, Time Inc, Columbia University, and New York University, among others.
Emily is also an adjunct professor, teaching social media and career courses at multiple colleges.
Learn more about having Emily speak at your next event and follow her on twitter @EmilyMiethner.
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