It's a Social Media World

A Discussion on Digital Media & Communication Trends


About Kristen Bostedo-Conway

Kristen Bostedo-Conway is a Marketing Executive in the Charlotte, NC area with 15 years of brand management, direct marketing, and new media experience in multiple industries including finance, higher education, politics and healthcare. Bostedo-Conway is the recipient of over 30 national and regional marketing and communication awards including the Exhibitor Magazine All Star Award and multiple Asters and Healthcare Advertising Awards. In addition to being a marketer she is a writer and researcher. Bostedo-Conway has written articles for the marketing trade publication Exhibitor Magazine, co-authored (with Dr. John McArthur) a research study published in the International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education in 2012 entitled Exploring the Relationship Between Student-Instructor Interaction on Twitter and Student Perceptions of Teacher Behaviors. The same study was also presented at the National Communication Association’s 2011 Convention in New Orleans, LA.  She also authored a chapter in Community 2.0 – At the intersection of digital media and information design available on Amazon. Most recently she was the primary author of a new study regarding nonverbal immediacy and social media use which is currently undergoing peer review.

Follow her blog It’s A Social Media World at or connect with her on Twitter @ kbconway1.


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Academic Curriculum Vitae 


One comment on “About

  1. southernharvest218
    May 31, 2012

    Thank you so much for all your help!

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