Digital behaviour expert Danielle Di-Masi is an international leader in the art of seamless communications in the electronic age. She specialises in integrating the latest digital innovations with the nuances of how we communicate today. Danielle recently had the honour of meeting and speaking with His Holiness the Dalai Lama on her topics on keeping humanity moving forward while we spend more and more time online, which he said to Danielle that this is "very important work you are doing, please keep talking about it."
Whether someone is fully digitally #engaged or just connects occasionally, Danielle’s message resonates: Your digital self matters.
A Stevie Award-winner of “Woman of the Year” for her work spanning over a decade perfecting strategies that mix business, social behaviours, technology, and science to ensure our e-interactions and real-world ones align. Far too often they don’t!
As an in-demand keynote speaker, she is listed among Australia’s Top 20 Business Speakers. Danielle also is a University lecturer, media commentator, award-winning blogger, and international featured expert in digital and print media. She’s the social and business behaviour expert for Network Ten and the University of New South Wales.
Organisations that look to Danielle’s expertise include State and Federal Governments, including the Prime Minister & Cabinet, Universities, Non-Profits, Small Businesses, A-List Celebrities and Corporate giants. Her corporate clients range from 3M, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google to Deloitte, Qantas, Telstra, American Express, Nissan, News Ltd. and Commonwealth Bank of Australia.
In print, her global commentary has appeared in CLEO, The Los Angeles Times, GQ, Australian Financial Review, ELLE, Psychology Today, SMH Body & Soul, The Age, Women’s Health and Cosmopolitan.
Worldwide, Danielle’s TEDx talk on the ‘Evolution of Digital Communication’ counts more than 35,000 views.
Danielle began her corporate career in Investment and Private Banking and studying her MBA. Then, as the world turned increasingly digital, she quickly identified the broadening communications gap, and turned her research skills to social interactions, business behaviours and relationships.
About to launch her premier book, Digital You: How to align your digital version with your real-world self, Danielle has the insights and knowledge, to help anyone—in business especially—truly understand the importance of managing a reputation and activity by his or her digital presence.