In This Podcast Episode
Rob McNealy and Dave Taylor interview Denver-based technologist, imagineer, entrepreneur and social media producer, Ronald Lewis on social constructs and race as it pertains to business.
Ronald Lewis’ Bio
Ronald Lewis is a Denver-based technologist, imagineer, entrepreneur and social media producer. An early adopter of emerging technologies, Lewis became the first Denver-based lifecaster to broadcast his life 24/7 in May 2006 to a global audience of more than 600,000 to date. Lewis’ engaging personality has secured not only a devoted following, but also an increasing number of opportunities to produce engaging content including conversations with prominent executives and corporations.
At just 13 years of age, Lewis was already demonstrating his ability to engage some of the world’s most admired CEOs including Bill Gates and J.B. Hunt with his diverse industry knowledge and technical skill set. Clearly, Lewis has a passion for learning about and creating relationships with interesting and successful individuals.
Lewis’ vast background spans the spectrum of entrepreneurship to software development. He has worked with most of the world’s largest corporations including Microsoft, IBM and Unisys. His work in social media and technology has been recognized by The Detroit News, Nashville Business Journal, Boulder County Business Report, TechCrunch, FastCompany, NewTeeVee, Cisco and others.