About Tina Mulqueen
Global Marketing Educator, Writer, Keynoter & Brand Strategist
As part of her commitment to evolving the media landscape, Mulqueen is an adjunct professor of strategic communications at WSU-Vancouver. She works with students to define the future of human-centered digital media strategy, especially fostering intentional relationships between brands and culture.
Mulqueen started her career in the early days of Twitter, when she worked with Vanity Fair and CBS on social media strategy to leverage micro-influencers at entertainment events like the Academy Awards, the Emmys, the Billboard Music Awards and more.
As the former CMO of Grey Cloak Technologies, she worked to educate the market on rampant digital advertising fraud and she began writing about the cultural impacts of the ad-supported internet in 2016. She's now one of the world's premier experts on brand relationships with data and she lectures and conducts workshops around the world -- including in the United States, Europe and Asia -- on brand strategy in light of consumer and environmental changes, especially in response to emerging technologies like generative AI and rapidly evolving data privacy regulation.