Who are we?
We’re a husband and wife team who wonder about the world that our children will inherit. Their world will be mind-bogglingly technologically advanced. That’s wonderful. But it may also be a world in which people don’t trust one another and don’t care to listen to opposing viewpoints. A world with less understanding.
This book is a mission driven effort for us. We live in a new reality—where the lines between fact and fiction are blurred. It’s on us to figure out how to navigate this new post-trust era as it isn’t good enough to blame our leaders and the media. We hope this book will help in a small way.
Who is Shiv?
With over two decades of experience in senior marketing, digital, and business leadership roles, Shiv Singh is passionate about building powerful global brands and driving businesses forward. He is also an author, investor, speaker and advisor to companies across America.
As the Chief Marketing & Customer Experience Officer at LendingTree, America’s leading financial services marketplace, Shiv had the privilege of leading an extraordinary team that serves over 100 million consumers and is a top 10 search and display advertiser. Before that, he held marketing and business leadership positions at The Expedia Group, Visa Inc., and PepsiCo.
Shiv is a Board Leadership Fellow at the NACD and a board member at United Rentals, the largest equipment rental company in the world. Shiv is motivated by the opportunity to create value, impact, and positive change for the organizations and communities he serves.
Shiv is also the author of Social Media Marketing for Dummies which is in its fourth edition and has been translated into several languages.
Who is Rohini?
Rohini is a board-certified clinical psychologist in California and New York. She is the author of numerous scholarly articles in the area of trauma and resilience. She has conducted research on the effects of stress on children and adults at The Mount Sinai Hospital in New York. Rohini has been invited to edit peer review articles on anxiety disorders. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship at the Boston University School of Medicine and conducted field work at Mass General Hospital.