Elaina Farnsworth is a public speaker, entrepreneur, writer and thought leader. In her dynamic role as CEO of Mobile Comply, (www.mobilecomply.com) she coaches executives and their teams on mobile related topics in Connected Vehicle and Enterprise Mobility.
Her goal: To empower people with mobile technologies; to make workforce collaboration more educated; to make service efforts more effective; to make mobile environments more secure.
Mobile Comply provides mobile strategy and enterprise-wide execution using a company’s current infrastructure and business processes.
Elaina’s expertise in mobile technologies began almost a decade ago, by creating text messaging programs to aid first responders in emergency situations. Thereafter, she worked in education to bring about technical literacy for teachers and their students. Her talent for teaching complicated technical concepts to all levels of executives allows her to help organizations create mobile strategies to take advantage of the paradigm shift revolutionizing business today. She passionately advocates the power of mobile to improve the way business and education is conducted.
Awards and Memberships
Elaina was granted The Brooks Paterson Elite 40 under 40 award in 2013 and also received the Crain’s Detroit 40 under 40 award. She serves on the Advisory Board of Oakland University INCubator, as well as the Board of Directors of The Mobile Technology Trade Association of Michigan, a nonprofit catalyst in building cohesion among all segments of Michigan’s mobile technology industry.
In April 2012, Elaina was appointed Director of Global Communications by the Board of Directors of the International Connected Vehicle Trade Association. CVTA’s Board includes multinational companies from 16 industry sectors, such as Intel, Cisco, Sprint, Motorola, Agero, Delphi, Road America, Booz Allen, Hughes Telematics, Nokia, Magneti Marelli, and Dykema Gossett, among others. Elaina is an active member of Automation Alley and speaks nationally to businesses, educational institutions, corporations and associations about mobile as the new key to transforming the global economy.