Speaking & Training

Epolitics.com founder and digital communications consultant Colin Delany is has worked at the intersection of technology, politics and advocacy for 25 years. Described more than once as the best panel leader/moderator in Washington, Delany is a frequent conference speaker and a skilled trainer on topics including:

  • Digital advocacy strategy
  • Political campaign strategy
  • Online fundraising
  • Email strategy
  • Social media strategy
  • Digital political advertising
  • Digital organizing
  • Digital advertising

Training Sessions for Clients

Recent training clients include the American Medical Association PAC (candidate training), the Marine Fish Conservation Network and the New Leaders Council.

Conference Sessions, Panels and Trainings

Delany has spoken or delivered trainings at conferences including:

  • South by Southwest Interactive
  • National Conference of State Legislatures
  • Netroots Nation
  • World E-Gov Forum (Paris, France)
  • WindPower
  • CampaignTech
  • Nonprofit Technology Conference
  • Alzheimer’s Association Advocacy Forum
  • Organizing 2.0
  • Data in Advocacy Summit
  • ICEE Marketing Summit (Bucharest, Romania)
  • CEE Fundraising Conference (Bratislava, Slovakia)
  • Ukraine Election Summit (Kiev)
  • InterAction Forum
  • CampaignExpo
  • Art of Political Campaigning
  • BBCon (Blackbaud customer summit)
  • Salsa User Conference
  • Advocacy Leaders Network
  • Pennsylvania Progressive Summit
  • Media Future Now
  • Search Engine Strategies

Academic Institutions

He has also guest lectured at academic institutions including:

  • Harvard University
  • London School of Economics
  • Georgetown University
  • American University (DC)
  • George Washington University
  • Knight New Media Center/USC Annenberg School for Communication

Delany has also spoken at the National Press Club in Washington, DC.

Contact Colin Delany at cpd@epolitics.com or +1 202-422-4682 to discuss speaking or training sessions for your conference, organization or campaign.