| Brooke Greenwald
Brooke Greenwald founded Cornerstone Communications, LTD over a decade ago. As an award-winning public relations, marketing and content professional, Ms. Greenwald has written for over a hundred publications, created content for many of today’s most recognizable companies and their brands, created and implemented major public relations campaigns, and worked for some of the largest news organizations in existence today. Greenwald is a former journalist and has worked inside most of the major news networks.
Greenwald’s forte is taking technical jargon and turning it into user-friendly lingo. As the President of Cornerstone Communications, Ms. Greenwald has directed and won major product testing awards, developed significant media campaigns, created content for her clients (under both names), helped develop channel programs, and more. Ms. Greenwald has over a decade of expertise in technology and telecommunications with unparalleled understanding and knowledge of security, government relations, health care, and professional services. Ms. Greenwald holds a master’s degree in Public Relations from the University of Maryland at College Park. Her undergraduate work was also done in the Journalism school at the University of Maryland at College Park.
technology journalist/ analyst
Sean Gallagher is an award-winning technology journalist, and an experienced technology practitioner. In addition to his nearly 20 years experience in tech journalism, Gallagher is a former Naval officer, and has worked as a systems integrator, software developer, network engineer and IT manager.
Gallagher's technical experience has informed his editorial work. At InformationWeek, he directed the magazine's Labs team, managing in- depth enterprise technology product reviews and analyzing new enterprise architectures and integration technologies. At Baseline, he wrote in-depth business case studies of technology projects at companies such as General Motors, American Greetings, J.B. Hunt and McDonald's, analyzing technology strategies and their impact on the bottom line. And at Ziff-Davis, he blended the roles of editor and practitioner, writing about web technology while acting as the company's Director of IT Strategy and managing the company's major software development projects and Web initiatives. Most recently, Gallagher was editor-in-chief of Defense Systems magazine. He lives and works in Baltimore.
Advanced Information Concepts, Inc.
1509 Maple Avenue
Haddon Heights, NJ 08035
Dayna founded Advanced Information Concepts, Inc. in 1993 after ten years in the technology information industry, where she worked for Ziff-Davis and McGraw-Hill. While at Datapro/McGraw-Hill, Dayna spearheaded the industry's first competitive product database for IBM and oversaw product content for forty print and electronic publications.
As principal, Dayna has developed channel reviews for Computer Reseller News; researched and generated product content for Motorola, US Department of Labor and others; and, served as a content consultant and project manager for clients as diverse as American Express and Microsoft. With AIC, Dayna oversees day-to-day operations, as well as strategy and creative direction.