Todd’s love of technology started as a child, when his dad would bring home chips and switches from his work in the electronics industry that would feed his imagination for years. Combining a stint as an IT guy with his education in PR and communication, Todd has helped clients in the engineering, mobile, cloud, networking, consumer technology and consulting spaces bring new ideas – and new takes on old ideas – to the market.
Todd believes in creating social organizations: in helping businesses use new and old media to create relationships that inform and empower their employees, customers, partners and supporters. His love of social media led to his role as the founder of the Social Media Club’s Boston chapter, his subsequent involvement in the boards of the Publicity Club of New England and the Find Your Missing Child foundation, as well as his position as an adjunct professor at Boston University.
Todd loves walking, hiking, climbing, biking and, when he can get it in, swimming. While work and play have taken him overseas, his true passions lie in his own city, neighborhood and backyard.
Todd holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Communication from Michigan State University.
Todd’s recent writing
- Sick of Crappy Infographics? Blame the First Press Release
In 2013, "Can you create an infographic?" became the new "Can you make a viral video?" The cra...
- Who’s to Blame When PR Practitioners Spam?
David Segal usually keeps his magnifying glass trained on big consumer brands, frauds, rip-offs, dec...
- Every Google Search Operator You’ll Ever Need
I consider myself a bit of a Boolean geek. I fell in love with Boolean search in college, but it was...