Danica Kombol / @DanicaKombol
Danica Kombol is a managing and founding partner at Everywhere. Danica launched Everywhere in 2009 with the understanding that the world of communications and public relations was taking a turn towards social media. Drawing from more than 20+ years in communications, Danica specializes in social media strategic planning, issues management, executive counsel, blogger relations and creative idea development.
Danica draws on her extensive background as a television producer and marketing/public relations executive. She began her career at the Children’s Television Workshop where she was involved in the international versions of Sesame Street. She went on to become a successful television producer working on such famed shows as Saturday Night Live, Kids in the Hall and VH1. Danica moved to Atlanta two decades ago and made her mark in advertising and PR, working with firms such as Ketchum, Babbit and Reiman and BrightHouse. She has also been a successful entrepreneur with a media coaching business that counted major Fortune 500 companies as clients.
Danica is dedicated to educating companies through social media trainings, from social media 101 to the advanced concepts of blogger relations, integrating social media into business strategy and strategic brand development on social media. Danica consults and speaks with companies like CNN, LexisNexis, Cox Communications and with culinary icons such as Marcus Samuelson and Todd English through Macy’s Culinary Council.
Danica is as a featured public speaker and expert social media panelist and keynote at industry conferences across the nation, including Digital Atlanta, PR Newswire’s Social Communications Forum, SoCon12 and Media Bistro, among others.
Danica serves on the boards of the Atlanta Women’s Foundation and is an alumna of Leadership Atlanta. In her spare time, she enjoys reading books and blogging about her travel adventures at Beirut-or-Bust. Danica lives in Atlanta with her husband, David Lewis – a television journalist and their three children.