A digital-culture trend analyst, author, speaker, and consultant, Lauren deLisa Coleman is an expert at deciphering and forecasting power trends and public sentiment within the intersection of popular culture and emerging technology and the impact of such on business and governance. She helps brands and politicos, creating messaging that better resonates with today’s tech-savvy, pop culture consumer by providing innovative communication strategies, forecast and analysis on cultural trends, attitudes and behavior as it all intersects with emerging tech usage. She has a special expertise in millennial demographics. Coleman has contributed to the Daily Beast, cnbc.com, The Next Web, Business Insider, and Campaigns & Elections. She is also a guest commentator on MSNBC, among other media outlets. She has provided digi-culture intelligence to notable figures, from Snoop Dogg to Microsoft execs to public policy leaders. Coleman is represented by Leading Authorities agency as a speaker. Her latest book, America's Most Wanted the millennial -- how to quad decode and trend forecast just hit Amazon January 25, 2016.
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