During 30 years as a communicator and consultant, Michael, the president of mStoner, has served hundreds of education institutions, nonprofits, and businesses on four continents. He is recognized as an authority on how institutions can use the Internet and the web to communicate effectively with their constituents and how they can engage effectively using social media. A pioneer in e-communications, he published his first email newsletter in the early 1990s and completed his first university website project in 1995.
Along with Rob Cima and Voltaire Miran, Michael launched mStoner in 2001. The company quickly built a reputation for internet strategy and website development. Now, mStoner is a highly regarded agency offering brand strategy and implementation across the web, social media, print and other channels for schools, colleges and universities. Clients include Brown University, the College of William & Mary, Fashion Institute of Technology, Fordham University, George School, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Kellogg School of Management, Miami University of Ohio, Oakton Community College, SUNY, Princeton University and many others.
Michael has spoken at hundreds of professional conferences and workshops (AMA, CASE, NACAC, UCDA, and the College Board, and many others). He’s the editor of Social Works: How #HigherEd Uses #SocialMedia to Raise Money, Build Awareness, Recruit Students and Get Results (EDUniverse Media, 2013). He’s authored book chapters for CASE and Open University Press books and his articles have appeared in The Chronicle of Higher Education, CASE Currents, and NACAC’s Journal of College Admission, among others. He’s blogged since 2003.
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