Keynote Speaker

Kwan Morrow Kwan Morrow is a 2007 Alumni of Montgomery County Community College. While a student, he served as vice president of Student Government and chapter vice president of Phi Beta Lambda, the country’s largest student business organization in the world. He also won state and national public speaking championships while enrolled and was the MCCC class of 2007 Commencement Speaker. After graduating, he transferred to Penn State Abington where he graduated Magna cum Laude with degrees in corporate communication and business.

Kwan has been involved with internet marketing and communication since 2001. Upon graduation he spent five years working at public relations firms where he played an instrumental role in building and expanding their social and digital media practices. In this role he worked with a variety of clients from startups to higher education to Fortune 50 companies. As a result, he’s stayed on the bleeding edge of the social and digital technology and the impact they’ve had on industry, education, and society.

Currently Morrow owns KM Digital Relations where he provides consulting, training, and services to businesses and educators who wish to engage their digital communities to achieve specific objectives.

During the keynote he will address the impact that digital and social technologies have had on students and education. He’ll discuss best practices for using digital technology to promote student success and preparing them to thrive in the quickly evolving digital world we live in.

Morrow is an MCCC Alumni Hall of Fame member and sits on the College’s Foundation Board.