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Mike Fraietta specializes in humanizing brands though social media, community management and social media monitoring. He currently serves as Enterprise Community Manager for News Corp’s 35,000 employees.Mike has worked with two successful startups, Filtrbox (TechStars) and Jive Software, serving as community manager and chief listener to both. He wrote his own job description and used social media monitoring to build online communities and get the message out about the companies he served. Acting as the online face of the companies, Mike would engage on all forms of social media using his witty, friendly and blunt personality while displaying an expertise in the tech industry.Previously, Mike served as Director of Sales and Marketing at Brad Phillips & Associates (Allstate), English as Second Langage Teacher at Sentia Business Schools in Prague, and was a long-time bartender dating back to his family’s business in Philadelphia, the Triangle Tavern.Mike grew up in Deptford, NJ and South Philadelphia and studied at West Virginia University and Temple University. He has lived abroad in Melbourne, Chinhae (Korea), and Prague to study, intern, teach and explore. Other travels include Mexico City, Southeast Asia, Costa Rica, Australia, Colombia, Machu Picchu, the British Isles, Amsterdam, hitch-hiking Eastern Europe, sailing the Adriatic Sea and Running of the Bulls in Spain. Mike is a fan of Philadelphia sports teams and has been playing Australian Rules Football (not rugby nor soccer) since 2004 for the Denver Bulldogs and the Czech Lions. He currently resides in New York City with his partner, Melissa Fudor. ___I've been in this game for months, it's made me an animal. There's no rules to this ish, we ripped up the manual. It's the end of the industrial age and lineation as we know it. I'm just riding the wave to an open, empathic civilization without official countries, gatekeepers and corruption that is brought on with the sharing of information. I truly believe (and practice) in transparency and am convinced that if everyone were open, we would live in a world without crime and corruption. No, that's not Utopia. All information (including conversations) should be shared, trackable and searchable for all to have access to. Society could use a reduction of:ownershipindustrial education (school systems & universities)government systems as we know themcorporationscurrencynation-statesgatekeeperswork - chained to the desk 9-5 mentalityThey all are being "Netflixed". My biggest concern over the next few years is the digital divide. Find me elsewhere around the webViews expressed here are my own.