Mornings: Claire Diaz-Ortiz on starting your morning out right and The Present Principle – BTTDL015


Claire Diaz-Ortiz leads social innovation at Twitter, where she has worked since 2009. She wrote Twitter for Good: Change the World one Tweet at a Time and is a frequent international speaker on social media, leadership, and social change and is known for developing the TWEET model -- a framework to help organizations and individuals best excel on Twitter.

Claire began using Twitter in 2006 while living in a Christian orphanage in Kenya. Claire holds an MBA and other degrees from Stanford and Oxford, and is the co-founder of Hope Runs, a non-profit organization operating in AIDS orphanages in Kenya.

Claire was named one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company and made the Fast Company list of the Ten Most Generous in Social Media.

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Follow and connect with Claire on her website, as well as Twitter (duh!) online training tutorials

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  • Christopher Battles

    This was not jelly, but jam…packed full of different points.
    Thank you Erik and Claire.

    K, bye

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  • David Girton

    Enjoyed the great interview & discussion points!

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