Author, President, Founder
The Dan Roam speeches emphasize how pictures can be used as an effective tool for problem-solving. Roam believes that almost any problem conceivable -- complex or minute -- can be resolved with the use of pictures or visual aids.
As the president and founder of Digital Roam Inc., a management firm that uses visuals to resolve conflicts, Roam is an avid believer in the power of pictures. His expertise allowed him the opportunity to consult with clients like Google and the United States Senate, among others. With regards to his educational background, Roam holds a fine art and biology degree from the University of California.
Due to his unique presentation style, he was awarded BusinessWeek's 'The World's Best Presentation of 2009,' which earned him an invitation to the White House's Office of Communications. Roam is the author of the international bestseller called 'The Back of the Napkin' and 'Unfolding the Napkin: The Hands-On Method for Solving Complex Problems with Simple Pictures.' He was also featured on notable media outlets like 'CNN' and 'ABC News.'
Through the use of simple pictures and visuals, the Dan Roam speeches examine how even the most complex problems can be addressed and accurately solved.