Jason Griffey is the Head of Library Information Technology at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. His latest book, Library Blogging, written with Karen A. Coombs, is available now from Linworth Press and can be ordered through Amazon. Jason's next book, Mobile Technology and Libraries, is due out this fall from Neal Schuman as a part of their upcoming "Tech Set." His primary online residence is Pattern Recognition, his personal and professional blog, which has been active since 2003. He is an administrator and author for LITABlog, and is also a columnist for the ALA Techsource blog.
Jason was named one of Library Journal's Movers & Shakers in 2009, and he regularly speaks and writes on libraries, social networking, mobile technology, and other technology related issues. He can be contacted online at email@example.com, or follow him on Twitter @griffey.
Allyson Kapin serves as the Executive Creative Director of the Rad Campaign. For over a decade Allyson has helped nonprofit organizations and political campaigns create dynamic and award-winning websites and online marketing and recruitment campaigns. She is an expert in the latest trends in Web 2.0 and social media, online video, and other online tools and strategies.
She also writes Radical Tech, a weekly blog column for the popular magazine Fast Company and is the Blogger-In-Chief for Care2's Frogloop, the leading nonprofit technology, online marketing, and fundraising blog.
Her latest initiative is Women Who Tech: A Telesummit for Women in Technology in the nonprofit and political world. As the founder of Women Who Tech she champions women who are inspiring change and transforming technology. In 2008, Allyson joined the Advisory Board for the New Organizing Institute.