Scott K. Wilder, Experienced Social Media Practitioner, Joins the Human 1.0 Team and Opens the West Coast Office

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Human 1.0, an international business innovation firm helping clients understand, adopt and execute social business strategies, is pleased to announce the opening of its West Coast offices centrally located in Bay Area and the addition of Scott K. Wilder to the Human 1.0 Tribe. Wilder , a founding partner , will serve as digital strategist and social media architect for Human 1.0, focusing primarily on social change management, innovation/collaboration, digital risk, and online communities.

Scott K. Wilder

It's great to be Human again -- and be part of a team that focuses on the key areas of Social Media -- Human Engagement and Relationships!

Until the end of 2010, Wilder served as senior vice president at Edelman Digital, leading the firm’s technology practice in the Bay Area. Before that, he was the general manager of Intuit’s small business online communities and social media efforts. Wilder also previously served as vice president of marketing and product development at KBToys and eToys, the director of internet services at and Apple Computer, and has held senior management positions at American Express and Silicon Graphics. He worked on the following online communities: eWorld at Apple, Borders Cafe at, KBToys Community at Wilder was a founding board member of the Word of Mouth Association (WOMMA) and the Society of New Communications. He is the co-author of Millennial Leaders and sole contributor to his blog In addition to his current work with Gleanster Research, he also is a frequent speaker at industry events. Wilder received graduate degrees from The Johns Hopkins University, New York University and Georgetown University.

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Human 1.0 is a business innovation firm helping clients understand, adopt and execute social strategies. More simply put, Human 1.0 is all about the human-to-human experience in this new and evolving digital world. Visit


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