Sarah “Intellagirl” Smith-Robbins is the Director of Emerging Technologies at Kelley Executive Partners as well as a member of the Marketing faculty at the Kelley School of Business. She is also a PhD candidate in Rhetoric at Ball State University. Her research focuses on communication practices in social media, virtual worlds and video games. Sarah spends her days designing games, ranting about social technologies in education and business, and fighting the misperceptions about the ways social technologies are changing our lives. In addition to being a pink-haired mother of triplets, Sarah is also a writer and an instigator of various acts of geeky creativity. Find out more about Sarah at www.intellagirl.com.


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