Katie Duffy Schumacher
Don't Press Send
Katie Duffy Schumacher is on a mission to empower children and adults to use technology with good intent by reinforcing the social and emotional skills of empathy, discipline, kindness and mindfulness. She is the founder of the national “Don’t Press Send” campaign and developer of the Don’t Press Send app, which has been downloaded worldwide. She’s also the author of “Don’t Press Send: A Mindful Approach to Social Media, An Education In Cyber Civics.”
A frequent lecturer, she has used her years as a certified teacher, her mindfulness training and her on-the-job experience as a mother of three teenagers to engage her audience and spread her message of positive reform for online communication. She has appeared in numerous media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ Live TV, Beyond 50 Radio Show, Voice of America Radio, News 12, FiOS1 News, Newsday, local papers and family magazines. In addition, she is a featured columnist for Thrive Global Journal, and she has also contributed to The Hill, Entrepreneur Magazine and numerous other publications.
Follow Katie at @DPS_Campaign