John Gilroy helps technology companies in the Washington DC area grow.
He was on National Public Radio in Washington DC area for 25 years with a show called “The Computer Guys.”
The Washington Post asked him to write a weekly column called “Ask The Computer Guy.” It ran every Sunday for ten years giving John a national platform.
John Gilroy’s “Federal Tech Talk” on Federal News Radio began in 2006. John has conducted 554 one hour interviews with everyone from Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales to the father of the Internet, Vint Cerf.
In 2011 Georgetown University recognized his ability to increase revenue for companies and asked him to teach digital marketing strategy in the graduate school. After two years he was given the Tropaia Award for outstanding faculty.
In order to give his students exposure outside the classroom, in 2016, John Gilroy developed a podcast called, “Students vs. Startups.” This gives graduate students the chance to go get away from books and go face-to-face with local startups.
Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are turning the satellite industry on its head. In 2017, Kratos asked John to put together a podcast for the satellite industry to keep people up to date with trends in New Space.
Every year John gives eight FREE workshops: Leveraging LinkedIn, Good Tweet & Bad Tweet, SEO for the CEO, and the popular Blog like a Big Dog.
Sometimes, he swims the Chesapeake Bay.