Hey, my name is John Gilroy, the guy on the far left.
I work with company podcasters who struggle with getting more downloads.
I help them increase the number of listeners while sprinkling in a little fun.
Speaking of fun,
- When I lived in Guatemala, I climbed the “Volcano of Fire”
- Traveled over 7,000 miles overland in Latin America
- Lived in Sao Paulo, Brazil for one year
- The Washington Post rejected my idea for a weekly column 27 times.
- For 2 years, I had a live television show called The Computer Guy Show
- Been married for 36 years with three grown children
- In 2016 I swam the 4.4 mile Chesapeake Bay – 2 hours 18 minutes
- The day after swimming an L.A. pier-to-pier race I saw drone videos with sharks near the competitors.
If you are dying of boredom, I have
- A master’s degree from Indiana University
- 25 years on the largest NPR affiliate in the country, WAMU 88.5 FM
- An award from the IEEE for technical education on radio
- 523 technology columns in The Washington Post
- The Tropaia Award from Georgetown University for outstanding faculty
- 600 hour-long interviews on Federal TechTalk, part of Federal News Radio
- Podcasts include Students vs. Startups, Constellations, and Inside Data Centers.
When I am not in front of a microphone, I can be found doing videos or onstage giving presentations.