Ed Schipul's CV is located here. The following are some possible speaker introductions. (Note: as a speaker he prefers shorter introductions.)

Ed Schipul Bio - Condensed
 
Ed Schipul is founder and CEO Tendenci, the Open Source Platform for Nonprofits and Associations (www.tendenci.com), (formerly Schipul, The Web Marketing Company) which powers more than 400 web sites and has over 1.4 million users.  

As a speaker, Ed has presented at the Bulldog Reporter National Conference, PRSA’s International Conference, the Sarrasota International Design Summit, SXSWi and Mom 2.0.  He has spoken to many large organizations, including the Public Relations Society of America, the American Advertising Federation, the International Association of Business Communicators and the American Creativity Association

Ed has been published in The Public Relations Strategist, PR Tactics, Association News and Nonprofit World. He blogs for Hearst Newspaper’s Houston City Brights and has been interviewed on NBC and ABC news as an expert on Social Media.  
Ed Schipul Bio - Long Format
 
Ed Schipul, CEO of Schipul – The Web Marketing Company (www.schipul.com), is an entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience in marketing and software programming.  His Houston based company developed the Tendenci software (www.tendenci.com) which powers more than 400 web sites and has over 1.4 million users.  The company’s broad client base includes the Houston Zoo, the Society for International Affairs, YMCA Houston, the National Pharmacy Technician Association and Tony Chachere’s.  Schipul has been the recipient of awards such as the Aggie 100 (2005-2009), the Houston Fast 100 (2007-2009) and the Houston Fast Tech 50 (2005).     
 
As a speaker, Ed has engaged audiences all over the country.  He has presented at the Bulldog Reporter National Conference, PRSA’s International Conference, the Sarrasota International Design Summit, Mom 2.0 and SXSW Interactive.  Groups he has spoken to include the Public Relations Society of America, the American Advertising Federation, the Southeast Texas Museum Association, The Houston Technology Center, the International Association of Business Communicators and the American Creativity Association.  Ed has also served as a guest lecturer at Texas A & M, the University of Houston and Rice University. 
 
Ed has been published in national journals including the The Public Relations Strategist, PR Tactics, the Houston Business Journal, Association News and Nonprofit World.  He blogs for Hearst Newspaper’s Houston City Brights and has been interviewed on NBC and ABC news as an expert on Social Media and Technology.
 
You can find Ed on the internet at schipul.com, his blog eschipul.com, on twitter (as @eschipul),flickrgooglefacebook, on Hearst's City Brights blog, etc.