Emma Gannon is a blogger, podcaster, best-selling author, consultant and speaker. Most recently Emma was announced as Management Today’s 35 Women Under 35.
Formerly the social media editor of British Glamour, Emma is now an award-winning writer and has been published everywhere from The Telegraph to Teen Vogue.
Her first book, 'Ctrl Alt Delete' was published by Ebury, Penguin Random House in 2016 and was called an “excellent memoir” according to a recent piece on Internet Books in The Guardian. In 2018, Emma released her second book, 'The Multi-Hyphen Method: Work Less, Create More and Design A Career That Works For You' which became an immediate no.1 Amazon and Sunday Times best-seller and was endorsed by Richard Branson.
Emma’s hit podcast ‘Ctrl Alt Delete’ discusses work, social media and careers and features guests such as Lena Dunham, Gillian Anderson, Elizabeth Gilbert, Ava Duvernay and Greta Gerwig. It has now reached over 3 million downloads and has been listed as a recommended podcast across the Times, iTunes, Elle UK, Marie Claire and Esquire to name a few. Emma does countless live shows in partnership with brands and venues such as BFI, Waterstones and festivals all over the UK. Most recently Emma released a very special podcast episode recorded from Buckingham Palace as part of her Queens Young Leaders partnership.
Recently, Emma has starred in a national advertising campaign for Microsoft which showcases and celebrates her multi-hyphen career. She was also selected in Forbes 30 under 30 Europe 2018 list in the media and marketing category and her podcast was nominated for a prestigious WEBBY award.
Emma is currently working with the Princes Trust as part of their the Get Hired initiative as well as the Media Trust charity which helps young people develop their voices in the media. She was also a judge for the Cosmopolitan Influencer Awards and D&AD New Blood Awards this year. She’s recently been involved in many charity festival with the likes of Amnesty International and Women for Women International.
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