Linda Bernstein, a leading advocate for the Baby Boomer Nation, has a Ph.D. in English from Columbia University. She has written hundreds of articles for dozens of magazines and newspapers. Linda is known for her wit, close attention to detail and motivational energy. She has been an editor at several magazines, including Sesame Street Parents and Scholastic Parent and Child, and has won several awards for writing and editing. Currently at work on a book for and about Baby Boomers, Linda is also the proud parent of two plain wonderful adult kids.
Linda also teaches social media in the continuing education program at Columbia University’s School of Journalism. She has coached large and small businesses and nonprofit organizations about incorporating social media into their marketing and overall information strategies. A frequent guest blogger for tech, literary, and Baby Boomer sites, Linda wrote the most popular blog on PBS Next Avenue in 2012.
Linda has spoken several times at Social Media Week in New York City and at Internet Week at well. Her 2013 panel at New Media Expo in Las Vegas featured Twitter super-stars Jessica Northey, Amy Vernon, and Britt Michaelin. Among Linda’s favorite topics: the hashtag and Twitter chats.
Linda is also one of the planners for Columbia University School of Journalism’s Social Media Weekend, February 15-17, 2013.
For more information, check out Linda’s LinkedIn page. Connect with her there by sending an invite specifying how you know her and why you want to connect.
So to switch to the personal “I” here, you can hire me to write, edit, manage your social media, and direct projects. I love being on panels and giving keynote addresses. I speak a lot about social media, blogging, and about Baby Boomers. For more information, message me on Facebook or LinkedIn and I’ll get in touch with you.